Privacy Ruling Knocks Board

Canada’s largest liquor board has no business collecting the names and addresses of its customers, says a privacy ruling in Ontario Superior Court. A judge upheld a 2012 complaint from a wine club told it must divulge members’ identities to buy at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario: “This is overreach”.

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