“We would like to have Google present its case. We would like to hear counter arguments from privacy advocates and, at the end of it all, we will be reporting to government and recommending action,” said Poilievre.
“There are some questions that we have,” he said. “For instance, is there going to be a mass database of people’s images? What are the benefits to Canada of allowing this to occur?”
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