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03Jun
2011

Councillor Convicted for Disclosure of Personal Information

In a May 24, 2011 Provincial Court decision in R. v. Skakun a Prince George councillor was found guilty of breaching section 30.4 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act by improperly disclosing personal information. The decision is understood to be the first conviction under the section and the first involving a local government elected official.

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