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Ontario privacy watchdog says province should update privacy law, even without feds

News | 09/07/2021 5:59 pm EDT
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The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario (IPC) says the province should move ahead with its own private sector privacy law, despite federal reforms coming to a halt,  arguing it would expand privacy protection for millions employed by provincially-regulated companies including unions, charitable organizations, and professional associations whose non-commercial activities are unregu currently unregulated.

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