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 April 13, 2015  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S.

Christine Dobby reports:

After a lengthy investigation by Canada’s privacy watchdog, Bell Canada says it plans to revamp its targeted online advertising program to give users the chance to consent up front to the company tracking their behaviour.

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner said it now considers the matter closed but critics say they remain concerned about a telecom provider using customer information to sell targeted ads.

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