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'I look forward to an intense next three years,' says Stoddart

Canada's Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, who was recently reappointed to a three-year term, says the Personal Information Protection Electronic Documents Act is up for review this year and she has a lot of work to do to protect Canadians' privacy.

Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

Canada's Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, who was re-appointed last month for a second, three-year term, says the Personal Information Protection of Electronic Documents Act is up for review this year and she's increasingly concerned that Canadian privacy legislation in the private sector is lagging behind developments in other democratic countries. She says she has a lot of work to do.

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'I look forward to an intense next three years,' says Stoddart

Canada's Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, who was recently reappointed to a three-year term, says the Personal Information Protection Electronic Documents Act is up for review this year and she has a lot of work to do to protect Canadians' privacy.

Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

Canada's Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, who was re-appointed last month for a second, three-year term, says the Personal Information Protection of Electronic Documents Act is up for review this year and she's increasingly concerned that Canadian privacy legislation in the private sector is lagging behind developments in other democratic countries. She says she has a lot of work to do.

  

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Saturday, February 28, 2015
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PMO deputy chief of staff Howard Anglin and Postmedia's Stephen Maher.
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