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Daily Dashboard | Canadian privacy commissioner nominee goes before committee Related reading: The EU AI Act: A discussion with MEP and co-rapporteur Dragoș Tudorache

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The House of Commons of Canada's Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics unanimously supported the nomination of Philippe Dufresne as privacy commissioner, The Globe and Mail reports. Dufresne's appearance before the committee included discussions on federal privacy law reform, which Dufresne supports but not with the framework previously presented in Bill C-11, the Consumer Privacy Protection Act. Dufresne said "privacy rights that are strong, and that are well known, and that are practical" will boost consumer trust and participation in the digital economy.
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