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Canada Dashboard Digest | Opinion: Saskatchewan Should Look to Neighbours Related reading: A look at how this small business is preparing for the GDPR

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Attorney Greg Fingas writes for the Leader-Post about Saskatchewan’s lack of provincial privacy law, noting that while it has managed to skirt the issues some of its neighbours have come up against, its citizens may not be getting the level of privacy protection they want. Federal law offers some protection to Saskatchewan residents, and Fingas says “it's possible that our current privacy protection is sufficient. But given an ideal opportunity to ask what protection we expect for ourselves, we should keep an eye on our neighbours' choices rather than avoiding the question entirely.”
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