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NDP (QC)
There is an interesting article in La Presse, in today's issue, if I'm not mistaken. It talks about how credit watch agencies, companies like Equifax, are regulated and that this regulation focuses more on consumer issues.
It may be too much speculation for what you are comfortable talking about today, but given the somewhat symbiotic relationship they have with financial institutions and the breach Equifax has experienced, do you think it would be relevant in the digital age to review how these agencies are regulated?
This has become more important than consumer protection; they now have a responsibility to protect data. We see that there are important consequences.
Should we review this in the context of all these changes you alluded to?
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