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Privacy breach reports up five-fold: OPC

Briefs | 06/19/2019 4:37 pm EDT

Since new regulations requiring the reporting of data and privacy breaches under Canadian privacy law came into effect last November, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner has seen a five-fold increase in reports of privacy breaches.

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