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B.C. money laundering inquiry to begin amid hopes for answers, accountability

British Columbia’s attorney general hopes an inquiry into money laundering will answer lingering questions about how the criminal activity flourished in the province and identify those who allowed it to happen.

Police move to clear rail blockade on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory

Several anti-pipeline protesters were detained Monday morning as provincial police moved in to clear a rail blockade on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory in central Ontario that has brought freight and passenger rail traffic to a virtual standstill.

Toronto City Hall begins new visitor security checkpoint at main entrance

Visitors to City Hall will be required to go through new visitor screenings, including a walk-through metal detector, if they want to enter the building.
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Ethical hacking

OPINION: How ethical hacking can improve your security posture

Cybersecurity professionals see some threat actors or outside-parties as the enemy. However, challenging this mindset is important; you can better protect your organization against outside parties if you understand how they think and operate. » Read full article

Elections Canada reports no serious cyberthreats to last fall’s federal election

Elections Canada can’t let its guard down, says Canada’s chief electoral officer Stephane Perrault, despite getting through last fall’s federal election campaign with no significant cybersecurity threats. » Read full article

Bank backs off program monitoring workers’ bathroom breaks

London-based bank Barclays backed away from a software program that monitored an employee’s productivity — including bathroom breaks — after privacy campaigners described it as “creepy.” » Read full article

Privacy watchdogs to probe Clearview AI’s facial recognition technology

The federal privacy watchdog and three of his provincial counterparts will jointly investigate Canadian use of facial-recognition technology supplied by U.S. firm Clearview AI. » Read full article

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