iPolitics reports on different approaches the Conservative and Liberal parties have toward privacy legislation. While both parties agree privacy laws in Canada need to be updated, they differ on how it should be done. The Liberal party seeks to give more powers to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and for an office to oversee regulations on how tech companies use citizens’ data. Conservative Member of Parliament Michelle Rempel Garner said her party favors a framework to “enshrine” data rights for citizens to own the data they create.
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