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OPC to monitor Equifax for six years

Briefs | 04/09/2019 5:12 pm EDT
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien, centre, pictured in December 2016, told the House of Commons ethics committee Canadians should be careful when crossing the U.S. border with mobile devices. / The Wire Report photo by Charelle Evelyn.

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner said Tuesday that it has concluded its investigation into the Equifax Inc. data breach and it will monitor the company for the next six years.

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