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Profile: Privacy Commissioner Therrien aims to be 'champion of privacy'

New commissioner holding consultations with companies, civil society

News | YAEL BERGER
Published: Monday, 08/25/2014 1:59 pm EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 08/26/2014 1:38 pm EDT
Photo courtesy the Office of the Privacy Commissioner
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien in 2014

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