Nova Scotia Information and Privacy Commissioner Tricia Ralph called for an update to the province's privacy laws as her office releases its "2019-2020 Annual Report." "Updates to the legislation are urgently needed. Work is required to implement modern legislation that can better protect the access and privacy rights of Nova Scotians," Ralph said. The report covers the trends the office saw over the past year and a summary of the cases it handled.
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