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Nova Scotia Department of Justice failed privacy obligations: watchdog 

Briefs | 10/28/2021 5:37 pm EDT
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The Nova Scotia provincial privacy watchdog has admonished the province’s Department of Justice for not living up to its obligations under Nova Scotia’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and failing to confirm whether or not inmate phone calls recorded by the Department of Justice in a correctional facility were deleted by a private contractor. 

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