Government use of surveillance devices must be restricted: privacy experts
September 13, 2016
Globe & Mail | September 12, 2016
Canada must acknowledge, and then constrain, the government’s use of portable surveillance devices that can indiscriminately dredge data from people’s smartphones without them knowing, say privacy experts Christopher Parsons from the Munk School of Global Affair’s Citizen Lab and Tamir Israel from the University of Ottawa. Read more.