Privacy Bill Exempts Gov’t

Cabinet yesterday reintroduced a bill exempting itself from a ban on third party use of Canadians’ personal information without consent. A previous bill introduced in 2020 lapsed in the last Parliament as federal agencies scooped data on millions of cellphone users: “That’s what I object to the most, the total lack of transparency.”

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