Canada Moves to Exercise Data Protection Guidelines With U.S.

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 11, 2005

Canada drafts proposals to shield personal data from U.S. anti-terror law, Jim Bronskill, Canadian Press, December 11, 2005: “A federal proposal would allow government departments to immediately cancel a contract with an American firm if it hands personal information about Canadians to U.S. anti-terrorism investigators.”
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