The Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics has released its study on Privacy Act reform. The Committee only accepted a handful of the "quick fix" recommendations from the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. The NDP supported them all. I appeared before the committee as part of the study in May 2008.
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