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Canada Dashboard Digest | Poll: Most Canadians Don’t Approve of Bill C-13 Related reading: How the CCPA may impact the automotive industry

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A new poll by Forum Research indicates most Canadians oppose Bill C-13, “at least when asked about elements of Bill C-13 that have nothing to do with cyberbullying,” The Huffington Post Canada reports. The survey, which was conducted earlier this month, included 1,433 respondents. Of those, “more than two-thirds of Canadians disapproved of a stipulation in the controversial bill that would allow authorities to access personal data without a warrant,” report states, noting 79 percent of those who have personal data online “said they expect their personal information to remain confidential and private.”
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