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Commish ‘frustrated for Canadian citizens’ as privacy laws lag

News | 10/08/2020 5:53 pm EDT
Daniel Therrien at the Sept. 2017 presentation of the privacy commissioner’s annual report./ Hill Times photo by Andrew Meade.

The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened privacy concerns around activities like videoconferencing, ehealth and elearning that have become more prevalent in our lives, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner said in its annual report Thursday. 

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