Political parties should be 'held accountable' for personal information they collect and use, says privacy commissioner

Political parties should be ‘held accountable’ for personal information they collect and use, says privacy commissioner

Meanwhile, the Ontario Liberal Party insists user data from its new back-to-school feedback website will not be used for fundraising . . .

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Sneh Duggal

Reporter, Queen's Park Briefing

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