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Source Feed: The Globe and Mail
Author: Colin Freeze
Publication Date: May 15, 2024 - 21:46

Federal political parties lose bid to keep tight hold on voter information in B.C. court ruling

May 15, 2024
Federal political parties have lost their bid to keep tight control over the information they gather about individual voters after a B.C. court ruled they are subject to the investigative powers of provincial privacy commissioners.The federal Liberals, NDP and Conservatives had argued that B.C.’s privacy commissioner does not have the authority to force them to turn over the data, but in a ruling earlier this week, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Gordon Weatherill disagreed.


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