Canadians Resigned To Less Privacy, Says Gov’t Research

Canadians are resigned to invasions of privacy by government agencies and inadequate protection of personal data, says federal research. Polling by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner concluded Canadians feel “powerless” to protect personal information: “Most expect they are being watched and recorded pretty much everywhere now”.

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