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Canadian privacy watchdogs urge privacy laws for political parties

Briefs | 09/17/2018 2:01 pm EDT
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien presents his annual report on Sept. 21, 2017. /Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial privacy watchdogs collectively urged their own governments Monday to pass legislation placing political parties in Canada under privacy laws and independent oversight regimes in order to protect citizens’ data.

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