Privacy Office ‘Dysfunctional’

Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien spent four years and assigned seven investigators to a cursory review of a privacy complaint, records show. The complainant, a retired policeman, described Therrien’s office as slow and dysfunctional: ‘If I conducted investigations the same way they did I would have been charged.’

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