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OPC calls for changes to Bill C-27

News | 05/12/2023 12:27 pm EDT
OPC calls for changes to Bill C-27
Privacy Commissioner of Canada Philippe Dufresne on Jan. 26, 2023.

While calling it an “improvement” over both the current existing private-sector privacy law and a “step in the right direction”, Canada’s federal privacy watchdog has called for a number of changes to Bill C-27, or the Digital Charter Implementation Act. 

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