The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada found all the country's federal political parties' privacy notices need improvement, The Canadian Press reports. The OPC conducted the probe in August, and The Canadian Press was able to obtain a copy of the report via an Access to Information Request. The agency determined the political parties do not properly address consent for data collection and use, nor do they include policies on data retention and security safeguards. The OPC offered 10 principles to address these concerns, however, the report states that none of the five political parties have met them all.
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