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Canada Dashboard Digest | Therrien to Trudeau: Government privacy law outdated Related reading: At hearing, US lawmakers consider anti-trust's role in privacy regulation

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In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien warns that without renewal, protections under Canada’s Privacy Act "are proving to be increasingly out of touch with Canadians and their engagement with the digital world.” The act, which governs federal government data handling, was passed in 1983 and no substantial changes have been made to it since, reports The Star, even while advances in technology have dramatically changed the way government does business. A representative for the prime minister says the issue is a priority and they "are committed to working with the commissioner on an active and ongoing basis,” noting the minister of justice is reviewing the recommendations.
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