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Canada’s privacy commissioner calls into question ombudsman model

On the eve of a statutory five-year review of the legislation governing federally-regulated private-sector organizations, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada is openly calling into question the effectiveness of the ombudsman model to regulate private-sector practices for the protection of personal information in light of the recent spate of high-profile data breaches that have compromised the personal information of Canadians.

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