Apr 192010
 April 19, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Janice Tibbetts reports:

The RCMP did not violate the privacy rights of gun owners by giving their names, phones numbers and firearms information to a private pollster to conduct a survey about feelings on the controversial gun registry, says the federal privacy commissioner.

Jennifer Stoddart dismissed a complaint from former public safety minister Peter Van Loan, who last September, asked the commissioner to investigate what he described as an “offensive and inappropriate” sharing of personal information.

Read more in the Vancouver Sun.

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