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Privacy group wants to help OPC form future guidelines

News | 06/10/2019 2:34 pm EDT

A new group made up of businesses and industry associations wants to help guide the Office of the Privacy Commissioner on issues including data de-identification and a reform of PIPEDA, according to documents obtained by The Wire Report.

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