Canadian Privacy Commish Faces Possible Disciplinary Action

A Canadian parliamentary committee will today consider possible disciplinary action, including potential dismissal, against Canada’s privacy commissioner following a hearing on Monday into the office’s expenditures. The committee expressed concern over allegations of tampering with committee evidence and a $100,000 travel tab that included a nine-day stopover in Hawaii en route to an engagement in New Zealand. see: Coverage here also see: and here

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