Nov 282012
 
 November 28, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S.

CBC News reports:

An Ontario wine club says it’s being forced to hand its members’ personal information over to Ontario’s Liquor Control Board in what it calls a breach of privacy.

Warren Porter, the president of the Toronto-based Vin de Garde wine club, said he’s upset the Liquor Control Board of Ontario wants his members’ personal information including names, addresses, as well as the size of each order.

Porter said he has complained to Ann Cavoukian, the province’s privacy commissioner, because he believes the LCBO is breaching his members’ privacy.

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