The Toronto Star shares an up-close-and-personal conversation with Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) Ann Cavoukian as she completes “a third term as commissioner and, in about a year, will leave the office in which she’s spent a quarter-century and which she’s built into the best of its kind in the world.” Cavoukian shares her insights on privacy and her work. And although she will be completing a third and final term as OIPC, the report states, “she has no intention of retiring. Apparently, it isn’t in her family DNA.” As Cavoukian put it of her work in the privacy field, “This is what I do for my parents; this is what I do for everyone. Freedom is so essential.”
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