Wendy Martin reports:
Nova Scotia’s information and privacy commissioner describes a recent survey of organizations across the province as a “Where’s Waldo?” exercise.
The office called 52 provincial businesses and organizations at random this month, large and small, for-profit and non-profit.
“Almost every call, when we asked to speak to a chief privacy officer or the privacy lead, was met with silence,” said Catherine Tully, the information and privacy commissioner.
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