Why telecom transparency reporting in Canada still falls short

Telecom reporting consistent with the guidelines should be made mandatory and given the Liberal government’s commitment to openness and transparency, it should be ready to add disclosure of government requests for personal information to the list of transparency reforms.

A restored CNCP counter on display at the Saskatchewan Railway Museum. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia

By MICHAEL GEIST

PUBLISHED : Monday, May 30, 2016 12:00 AM

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