In Committee from the Senate of Canada

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In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Transport and Communications - June 3, 2014

The committee continues its review of Bill S-4, the government's Digital Privacy Act.

John Lawford and Geoffrey White from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre explain why they oppose the bill, discuss some of its shortcomings and provide a few suggestions to improve it.

David Fraser and Jean Nelson of the Canadian Bar Association, Lucie V. Gauvin, Linda Routledge and Nathalie Clark of the Canadian Bankers Association, and Marc-André Pigeon and Jan Hopper from the Credit Union Central of Canada, who all support the act, provide additional suggestions to strengthen it. (June 3, 2014)

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