Bill C-58 – Flaws in the government’s access to information reform

Freedom of information nerds may be interested in following the debate on reforms to Canada’s Access to Information Act proposed by the Liberal government. The Government is making enemies of lawyers (through the perceived incursion on solicitor-client privilege) and judges (by subjecting their expenses to proactive disclosure).

I’ve written a summary of the debate for the International Association of Privacy Professionals that you can find here.

Categories: Access to Information