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 September 21, 2010  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Online

Sarah Schmidt reports:

Canada’s privacy watchdog is set to reveal Wednesday whether the social media giant has done enough to protect the personal information of its 500 million users worldwide in a bid to stymie a battle over privacy rights.

Following a yearlong investigation, privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart determined in July 2009 that Facebook was operating outside of the country’s privacy law. One month later, Ms. Stoddart announced a deal with the company, outlining Facebook’s promised undertakings to be carried out over the next year.

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