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Ethics committee seeks changes to privacy laws, opting out of data collection

News | 05/03/2022 5:34 pm EDT
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The House of Commons’ Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics is calling for the government to strengthen the opt-out option for consumers, and recommends greater consultation with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, in regard to data collection. 

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