Canadians’ privacy could take a serious hit this coming legislative session
Canadians should rightfully be distrustful, be prepared to push back against such sweeping efforts to torpedo privacy rights, and to advocate for much tougher privacy protection provisions in the law.
Canada's Privacy Commissioner Philippe Dufresne, pictured. Canadians will need much more than a 'look-the-other-way' house-cleaning in an updated Privacy Act if it’s to become an effective instrument of privacy rights and protection, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade