Feds ‘Stumble’ On Privacy

Canadians are ‘stumbling’ into a new surveillance era without adequate protection of privacy rights, says Interim Privacy Commissioner Chantal Bernier. Speaking at a hearing of the Senate Liberal caucus, Bernier said lawmakers must enact reforms to guard against security over-reach: “Look at the state of surveillance”.

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