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Canada Dashboard Digest | 'Canada's political parties regulate themselves' when it comes to data Related reading: Privacy inspection tool finds ad trackers on sensitive nonprofit websites

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In an op-ed for the Centre for International Governance Innovation, Colin Bennett discusses the impact of privacy and data laws not applying to political parties in "data-driven" Canadian elections. Organizational obligations regarding data under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act do not apply to political parties, which Bennett points out has led to vast mishandling of personal data. "Essentially, Canada’s political parties regulate themselves," he writes. 
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