privacy

Mass surveillance technology like Clearview's would not exist without demand from Canadian police.
The company had said consent wasn't needed because they don't have a "real and substantial" connection to Canada.
The mall owner has stopped using the technology, but won't commit to asking shoppers for consent in the future.
The controversy over Cambridge Analytica's use of personal data in political campaigns has reached Canadian courts.
The chain said it recently updated the app to limit location data to only when guests have it open.
The social media company says it doesn't agree with the bureau's conclusions that it misled Canadians.
The privacy commissioner filed a notice of application on Thursday.
There are ways to protect your privacy so you don't become a victim.
Users tend to share a lot of person data with their menstrual apps.
Canada’s privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien called for stringent measures.