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PHAC lack of transparency “appalling”, Cavoukian tells Ethics committee

News | 02/11/2022 10:06 am EST
Former Ontario privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian/ photo via ParlVu

Ontario’s former privacy commissioner called the Public Health Agency’s (PHAC) lack of transparency on mobility data collection “appalling” and urged a strengthening of privacy laws at the federal level.

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