Data blurring between public, private...

Data blurring between public, private sectors risks personal privacy: book

There are 1 comment on the CFRA story from May 8, 2014, titled Data blurring between public, private sectors risks personal privacy: book. In it, CFRA reports that:

Personal information is flowing between the public and private sectors in unprecedented ways, posing fresh risks to privacy, says a new book on surveillance in Canada.

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Newfie

Georgetown, Canada

#1 May 8, 2014

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