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Canadians in the dark about how their data is collected and used, report finds

A new report says digital technology has become so widespread at such a rapid pace that Canadians have little idea what information is being collected about them or how it is used.

Feds seek dismissal of planned class action against RCMP over facial recognition tool

The federal government is asking a judge to dismiss a Quebec photographer’s bid for certification of a class-action lawsuit, possibly involving millions of people, over the RCMP’s use of a controversial facial-recognition tool.

Security camera fail during NYC subway attack to be probed

Police acknowledged that security cameras in three stations weren’t working on the morning of April 12, including the Brooklyn station where the gunman set off a smoke device and shot 10 people.
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Ontario investing in additional CCTV cameras to tackle gun, gang violence

The Ontario CCTV Grant program is part of the province’s Guns, Gangs, and Violence Reduction Strategy. » Read full article

Cyberspace making Canadian secrets more vulnerable, spy service official warns

The expansion of cyberspace is making it easier for foreign adversaries to pilfer valuable secrets, says a senior official at Canada’s spy service. » Read full article

Ontario requiring employees to disclose electronic monitoring

The proposed provincial laws state that employers with at least 25 workers would need to develop a written electronic monitoring policy for their employees. » Read full article

Newfoundland and Labrador town to stop use of body cameras by municipal officers

The town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, N.L., has agreed to end the use of body cameras by its municipal enforcement officers. » Read full article

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