The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada published its 2023-2024 departmental plan. Commissioner Philippe Dufresne said the office is "preparing to be ready to deliver on its new mandate" if federal privacy law reforms under Bill C-27 pass. He also alluded to his office needing to be "properly resourced" for "necessary operational and structural changes" the office will assume under Bill C-27. Advising toward Bill C-27's finalization and establishing a "fair, accessible and timely compliance process" are among the top priority items in the departmental plan.
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