Privacy goes missing with Alberta's new Missing Persons Act: critics
A new law that came into effect Friday giving Alberta police easier access to personal records when investigating missing persons cases is being touted as a potential lifesaver by the provincial government.
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#1 Sep 8, 2012
..YES...OKAY...Good....as long as it is...NOT ABUSED by the Police,here.....
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