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Canada Dashboard Digest | Despite Supreme Court Ruling, Senate Passes Bill S-4 Related reading: APEC adds new US accountability agent for CBPR certifications

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While Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien has said Bill C-13 and S-4 should be reviewed in light of last week’s Supreme Court ruling that warrants are required to access telecom subscriber info, the Senate has passed Bill S-4, The Huffington Post Canada reports. In his blog, Michael Geist called the move a “head in the sand approach.” Meanwhile, Justice Minister Peter MacKay has said the Supreme Court’s ruling “actually confirms what the government has said all along: that Bill C-13's proposals regarding voluntary disclosure do not provide legal authority for access to information without a warrant.”
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