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      Canadian, German Data Protection Watchdogs Join Forces

      Dec 12, 2012
      German and Canadian data protection commissioners have signed an agreement that will help ensure people’s digital privacy, according to the CIO, and that it will be better protected if data travels across borders through the Web.

      German and Canadian data protection commissioners have signed an agreement that will help ensure people’s digital privacy, according to the CIO, and that it will be better protected if data travels across borders through the Web. According to the article, the two countries will inform each other about important events and complaints and will cooperate on specific cases. Peter Schaar, German Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, said international cooperation is needed in cases dealing with companies like Google and Facebook.

      http://www.cio.com/article/718787/Canadian_German_Data_Protection_Watchdogs_Join_Forces

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