Cabinet Quietly Revives Plan, Expands Surveillance Taping

Canada Border Services Agency has quietly resumed installation of audio-visual recorders at airports and land crossings after a public outcry prompted suspension of the surveillance program three years ago. The agency confirmed it has lifted a ban on installing recorders. In a confidential memo, management said the surveillance equipment was needed to spy on employees suspected of criminality: “This is shocking”.

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