The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) says the Canada Revenue Agency did not consult it before its decision to eliminate the requirement of a web-access code to file personal income taxes online, Postmedia News reports. The OPC is seeking information from the agency before deciding “if there’s a need to go further,” said an OPC spokesman, adding, “Lacking details, we have not had an opportunity to examine the changes made from a privacy standpoint…one important question for the agency to answer would be: How is the security of personal information being upheld?”
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