The report, authored by Postdoctoral Fellow Christopher Parsons, examines how contemporary telecommunications surveillance is governed in Canada. He concludes that serious failures in transparency and accountability indicate that corporations are failing to manage Canadians’ personal information responsibly and that government irresponsibility surrounding accountability strains its credibility and aggravates citizens’ cynicism about the political process.
RT @RonDeibert: Secret documents reveal Canada's spy agencies got so cozy, even the government was worried. https://t.co/hxzPdtm5Ml via @vi…(about 5 hours ago)
You’re on Your Own: How the Government Wants Canadians To Sacrifice Their Personal Security http://t.co/36dTzUkMNb… via @mgeist(about 1 day ago)
Encryption and Anonymity a Human Right. New UN report by @davidakaye https://t.co/QH55W0Y27u references @citizenlab work.(about 2 days ago)
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