Canada gov massive geo-surveillance

As privacy watchdogs warned, COVID is creating a precedent for mass surveillance.

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The acceptability of geolocation in the Canadian Covid Alert app was clearly not met, so the government decided to exploit the mobility data of a cellular operator. So, just like that, without transparency, without consent and without control, 33 million Canadians were

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Stéphane Hamel, MBA, OMCP

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Strategic advisor, pre-seed investor, analyst, speaker, teacher with a keen interest for privacy and ethical data use.

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