The Canadian Press reports former Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian said Waterfront Toronto has not offered any resistance to her demand for companies to de-identify information if they work on the smart-city project. Cavoukian had resigned from her advisory role with Waterfront Toronto over privacy concerns with the project; however, she said the group seems to be committed to the policy after she spoke with a senior representative. "I believe they will follow through ... They seem very sincere and genuine. There was no animosity," Cavoukian said. "I asked for something like a press release or an announcement, so the public can be relieved that their privacy will not be in jeopardy when this smart city starts unfolding."
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