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House ethics committee backs right to be forgotten in Canada

News | 03/01/2018 5:23 pm EST
Wire Report photo by Anja Karadeglija.

The government should consider including frameworks for a right to erasure and a right to de-indexing in the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), the House of Commons ethics committee is recommending in a new report.

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