Business lobby set to take on government’s Digital Privacy Act

Lobbyists are lining up in response to the government’s digital privacy bill.

Industry Minister James Moore. A slew of companies and organizations have registered to lobby since Bill S-4 was tabled, including software company Symantec and the Entertainment Software Association of Canada, joining more than a dozen others with active registrations related to PIPEDA or C-12, including several banks, business associations, telecom companies, Google, the Canadian Medical Association—even the National Association for Information Destruction Canada Inc., which represents companies specializing in secure information and document destruction. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Mark Burgess

PUBLISHED : Friday, April 25, 2014 9:13 PM

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