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Most Canadians support ‘right to be forgotten’: poll

Briefs | 01/07/2019 3:01 pm EST

Canadians appear to be generally in favour of the ‘right to be forgotten’, with most showing support for the idea and a majority saying they would support having it set out in Canadian law, according to a poll released Monday by the Angus Reid Institute.

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