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OPC to Bains: privacy rights not ‘at odds’ with innovation

Briefs | 12/05/2018 2:01 pm EST
Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien appears before the Senate committee on national security and defence on Dec. 4, 2017./ Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

The federal privacy watchdog is warning the Liberal government against approaching its national data consultations as if privacy protection is “at odds” with innovation.

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