Q&A: Jill Clayton

Bergman, Brian
June 2012
Alberta Views;Jun2012, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p26
An interview with Jill Clayton, appointed as Information & Privacy Commissioner charged with ensuring that access to information and protection of privacy in government in Alberta, is presented. When asked on the failure of politicians to live up for transparent and accountable govenment ideals, she said that it becomes different when information is at stake. She believes in access to information which is meant to be free. She stresses that Wikileaks does not have a sense of balance.


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