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Watchdog: Feds failed to assess Bill C-51’s privacy implications

The Liberal government recently issued a discussion paper to kick off a public review of national security policy The post Watchdog: Feds failed to assess Bill C-51’s privacy implications appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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