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AIQ investigation shows need for strong privacy laws, OPC says

News | 11/26/2019 6:22 pm EST
Daniel Therrien, privacy commissioner of Canada, and Michael McEvoy, information and privacy commissioner for British Columbia, hold a joint news conference in Ottawa on Apr. 25, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

At a Vancouver press conference Tuesday, the federal and British Columbia privacy commissioners presented the results of their investigation into AggregateIQ (AIQ) as an example of how investigations into companies can go — correctly — when commissioners have proper privacy laws that allow them to compel cooperation. 

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