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Canadian law should codify privacy as a human right: OPC

News | 12/10/2019 6:05 pm EST
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien presents his annual report on Sept. 21, 2017. /Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

OTTAWA Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien told reporters Tuesday morning that there is a “crisis of trust” as he launched the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s annual report, citing polling showing that 90 per cent of Canadians are concerned about their ability to protect their privacy. 

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