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Google not shielded by journalistic protections, OPC tells court

News | 09/11/2020 1:57 pm EDT
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Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien has urged Federal Court to find the country’s private sector privacy law applies to the indexing of online content conducted by Alphabet Inc.’s Google, in a reference case seeking to determine if the law applies to search engine de-indexing and delisting. 

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