Privacy Advisor

CIRA

08.01.2009
The nonprofit organization that manages dot-ca domain names has launched consultations on the more privacy-sensitive disclosure policy it introduced last June. Over the next few months, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) will conduct one-on-one interviews and surveys and will host forums and open mic sessions to find out what members think of the new rules.

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