Info Chief To Audit Scofflaws

Canada’s Information Commissioner says government offices take so long to release public records, she may begin targeting scofflaws with special audits in 2019. Federal agencies typically take months, even years to disclose records under the Access To Information Act: “I receive 2,400 complaints per year.”

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