Surveillance On 23M Citizens

The Canada Border Services Agency yesterday confirmed it’s opening an Office of Biometrics under the largest surveillance scheme in the country’s history. Exit Information Regulations will see the Agency use computer chips embedded in new passports to monitor every citizen who travels out of Canada. In-house research identified widespread opposition to the program: “What more information would they want?”

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