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Identity Theft Consultation

posted by:Rafal Morek // 01:30 PM // July 17, 2005 // Digital Democracy: law, policy and politics

The Consumer Measures Committee , a forum of federal, provincial and territorial government representatives, is holding a public consultation on identity theft from July 6, 2005 to September 15, 2005.

Working Together to Prevent Identity Theft, A Discussion Paper, explores a number of options to amend federal, provincial and territorial laws to curb identity theft and to make it easier for victims to recover from the experience.

Click here to see the Consultation Handbook and find information on submission methods.

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