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Speaking before the House of Commons public safety committee, Privacy Commissioner of Canada Daniel Therrien said the Liberal government’s security bill should contain stronger measures to ensure personal data is destroyed when it is no longer needed, CTV News reports. Therrien specifically called for a requirement for national security agencies to eliminate personal data when individuals are no longer considered a threat. If such a measure is not included in the security bill, Therrien said national security agencies will be able to build profiles on Canadian citizens.
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