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|H2021-IR-01||Jul 29 2021||Babylon Health Canada Limited et al|
|Summary: The OIPC issued its findings and recommendations after investigating the Babylon by Telus Health app under HIA. There were eight findings and 11 recommendations made in this investigation.|
|P2021-IR-02||Jul 29 2021||Babylon Health Canada Limited|
|Summary: The OIPC issued its findings and recommendations after investigating the Babylon by Telus Health app under PIPA. There were 23 findings and nine recommendations made in this investigation.|
|P2021-IR-01||Feb 3 2021||Clearview AI, Inc.|
|Summary: The joint investigation by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, the Commission d'accès à l'information du Québec, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British... [More]|
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