Alberta's privacy commissioner concerned about anti-terrorism act
Alberta's Privacy Commissioner has released a letter to the chair of the  Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security outlining concerns about the implications of Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism Act. Jill Clayton, in partnership with 10 other privacy regulators from across Canada, says  the Bill challenges the fundamental rights and freedoms on several fronts, but the focus is on its mandate for unregulated and intrusive sharing of the personal information of ordinary Canadians. The...
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