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Privacy watchdogs call for better health data practices 

Briefs | 09/21/2022 4:41 pm EDT
Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne (photo courtesy of the House of Commons).

Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial privacy commissioners are calling on stakeholders to beef up protections for data when it comes to health information and the growing use of digital technologies in the health sector. 

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