Winning with privacy
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has awarded a Queen’s University student with $2,500 and the opportunity to be published. Mathew Johnson won the OPC’s first-ever essay competition. Johnson studies law and public administration at Queen’s. His essay, “Protecting Privacy in Public: The Need for Public Surveillance Regulation in Canada,” was chosen out of 18 submitted.
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