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OPC to seek court reference on search engine delisting

News | 09/27/2018 5:39 pm EDT
Privacy commissioner, Daniel Therrien in 2017


OTTAWA — Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien says he plans to ask the Federal Court for a reference on whether the private sector’s privacy law applies to search engine de-indexing.

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