So on one hand you have the Province of PEI restricting access to information that can empower citizens to understand corporations better because it is, it says, this is “inappropriately using corporate data.”
On the other hand you have the Province of PEI defending its own sales of information that can empower corporations to better understand citizens:
Assistant provincial tax commissioner Jim Ramsay told CBC News Wednesday the Geolinc information is useful for doing business.
“It’s used by corporations, companies that have an interest in land, financial institutions, real estate [agents], law firms,” said Ramsay.
I’m just sayin’…