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Daily Dashboard | Harper Pick for Privacy Commissioner “May Not Be the Best Fit” Related reading: How the CCPA may impact the automotive industry

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News that the Harper government has nominated a new federal privacy commissioner is sending shock waves through the Canadian privacy community. But the buzz isn’t over the fact that former Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart’s replacement has been found; rather, it’s over the fact that no one in the privacy world has ever heard of the newly nominated-for-appointment Daniel Therrien—and what they have heard doesn’t sound good if the end-goal is the protection of Canadian’s privacy rights. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Angelique Carson, CIPP/US, wraps up the reaction: “On the face of it, looking at someone whose expertise is in public safety and defence would seem the antithesis of the expertise you’d seek for privacy commissioner.”
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