Privacy Fears On Cop Cams

The use of miniature cameras by police has “serious implications” for privacy rights, warns a joint statement by the nation’s privacy commissioners. The caution comes five months after the RCMP launched a feasibility study on equipping officers with body-worn cameras. Federal privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien did not comment: “How do we know?”

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