Tech Talk 2: Privacy in the age of NAFTA 2.0

Meghan Sali, communications manager at OpenMedia looks at whether the United States’ digital NAFTA priorities will come up against B.C. privacy laws. 

Tech Talk with Meghan Sali, communications manager at OpenMedia looks at whether the United States’ digital NAFTA priorities will come up against B.C. privacy laws. 

Meghan joins Business in Vancouver's Hayley Woodin on Roundhouse Radio 98.3. Tune in weekdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in Vancouver on 98.3 FM or online at https://roundhouseradio.com/

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