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Privacy improvements in Bill C-59, but some concerns remain: experts

News | 06/22/2017 5:16 pm EDT
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on May 8, 2017./Hill Times photo by Rachel Aiello.

In their initial impressions of the government’s biggest attempt to reform national security legislation in decades, privacy experts said they have some worries about the new bill, including data sharing and the handling of publicly-available information.

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