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Daily Dashboard | Advocacy groups call for amendments to Canada's proposed cybersecurity bill Related reading: EDPB adopts Article 65 decisions against Meta; final Irish DPC fine to come

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Seven Canadian advocacy groups wrote a letter to Minister of Public Safety of Canada Marco Mendicino with objections to draft federal cybersecurity legislation, Bill C-26, introduced in June. The groups said the bill "risks undermining our privacy rights, and the principles of accountable governance and judicial due process which are the fabric of Canadian democracy." With privacy, the groups allege the bill allows government entities to "collect broad categories of information from designated operators" and "subsequently distribute it to domestic, and perhaps foreign, organizations."
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