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Canada Dashboard Digest | Commissioner: Gov’t Should Overhaul Laws Related reading: Roundup: Germany, Israel, Ireland, US and more

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SC Magazine reports on Interim Privacy Commissioner Chantal Bernier’s recent call for the government to overhaul Canada’s privacy legislation, citing her January report on the changing context of privacy protection. “Intelligence activities are now turned towards individuals dispersed within the general population," Bernier’s report states, recommending such changes for the government as using privacy impact assessments for new programs and demonstrating the need for any personal information collected. In a recent Privacy Perspectives post, Bernier wrote that Canadians “can expect to see a plethora of challenging new issues flowing from the intersection of technology and privacy.”
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