Jul 252013
 July 25, 2013  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Clare Mellor reports:

Service Nova Scotia is breaching the privacy rights of licensed drivers by not letting them know they can opt out of a program in which their personal information is shared with a registered charitable organization, says the province’s freedom of information and protection of privacy review officer.

Dulcie McCallum says government needs to give people the choice to opt out of a program in which it shares registered drivers’ names and addresses with the War Amps key tag program

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