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Canada Dashboard Digest | British Columbia privacy commissioner to review proposed FIPPA amendments after criticism Related reading: Potential friction between free speech and youth privacy laws



British Columbia’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy called proposed amendments to the province’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act that would enable public bodies to send British Columbians’ personal information outside Canada “exceedingly troubling.” Additionally, he called for the removal of the requirement that would make the premier's office exempt from citizen information requests.
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