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Tackling Canada's 'Privacy Deficit'

Tackling Canada's 'Privacy Deficit'
Canadians are tired of government attacks on their privacy, finds a new OpenMedia report. Phone photo via Shutterstock.

Privacy is a fundamental human right. Yet the scale of government-sponsored privacy intrusions is so vast that anyone, anywhere with an Internet connection is affected.

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