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The use of cookies, beacons and other technologies to collect information on visitors to websites is becoming increasingly common, but they’re not always effective, and there’s still no consensus on how to best use them.article The federal government has introduced a new law that will make it easier for websites to block cookies and other tracking technologies, and it’s expected to be approved by the House of Commons this week.

The federal government says that the new law will be effective by March 31.

It will also require web sites to keep track of cookies and any other tracking tools used on their sites.article How do you protect your privacy?article Read moreThe bill will be subject to parliamentary scrutiny, and the federal government is pushing ahead with the bill without the help of privacy groups.

The federal Department of Citizenship and Immigration says it will consult with industry groups, academics and consumer groups on how the bill will affect web sites.

The bill, which is called the Privacy Act of Canada, was tabled last month and was passed by the Senate on March 22.

The government says the bill is necessary to protect Canadians from online identity theft and to better protect the privacy of Canadians.

“The Privacy Act will help us ensure that Canadians are not inadvertently tracked, tracked or compromised by online data collection technologies,” a statement from Citizenship and International Affairs said.

The Privacy Commissioner of Canada says the privacy provisions in the bill are necessary and necessary to ensure the privacy and security of Canadians online.

“The Privacy Bill will protect Canadians’ privacy by prohibiting the collection of online personal data by third parties,” the statement said.

“It also ensures that Canadians can trust that their personal information will be protected from disclosure, misuse and misappropriation by third party service providers.”

The Privacy Commission of Canada is also concerned about the privacy implications of the bill.

“We are concerned that this bill does not protect privacy by addressing privacy issues with regard to cookies or other technologies, or privacy issues that are not related to the collection or use of information by third-party service providers,” the Privacy Commission said.