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Budget’s cybersec plans invoke questions about transparency: professor

News | 02/28/2018 7:08 pm EST
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau speak to reporters about the 2018 federal budget on Feb. 27, 2018./ Hill Times photo by Sam Garcia.

As the federal government announced schemes to bolster Canadian cybersecurity in Tuesday’s budget, with a new strategy and two centralized agencies, legal experts are asking how accountable and effective the organizations will be.

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