The Government of Canada released its Speech From the Throne (SFT) last week, spelling out its priorities and governing agenda for the next two years. While there were no explicit references to privacy law reform as some had hoped, there were still policy commitments made that will have implications for privacy in the coming Parliamentary session. I touch on some of these below. Read more » about Privacy and the Canadian Speech From the Throne
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