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Lack of incentive undermines privacy protection tech: OPC

Briefs | 11/15/2017 6:55 pm EST

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has released an analysis of privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), but cautions that there are still challenges for the adoption of practises which protect the average consumer’s privacy.

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