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More emphasis on transparency needed in PIPEDA: professor

News | 03/09/2018 4:52 pm EST
More emphasis on transparency needed in PIPEDA: professor
University of Ottawa Canada Research Chair in information law and policy Teresa Scassa presents part of her research at a symposium held on March 7. / Wire Report photo by Ahmad Hathout.

OTTAWA Any amendments to Canada’s privacy law for the private sector should include measures to enhance transparency, which include the privacy commissioner naming bad actors in investigations and mandating organizations report details of personal information being disclosed to law enforcement without consent, a University of Ottawa law professor is arguing.

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