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Consensus on ‘digital giants,’ data breaches in French debate

News | 10/10/2019 11:57 pm EDT
The crowd outside the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Que. ahead of the Oct. 10 French-language federal leaders' debate.

Federal party leaders agreed Thursday evening in the last debate of the election campaign on the need for big online companies to pay more in taxes, for the government to invest in the cultural sector and to protect Canadians from data breaches, though they didn’t delve into details.

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