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OPC’s deindexing position ‘indirect attack’ on CBC, lawyer says

News | 02/11/2019 6:33 pm EST
Privacy commissioner, Daniel Therrien in 2017

OTTAWA A lawyer for CBC/Radio-Canada who is asking the Federal Court to allow it to intervene in a case that could determine if the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) can order search engines to delist results said allowing deindexing would harm the public broadcaster’s ability to educate the public.

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