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The Canadian Press reports on a new study by the Office of Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart indicating that a bill that would have given police more information about Internet users would have “unlocked numerous revealing personal details.” The report found that the online surveillance bill would have acted as “a digital key” to an individual's details, Stoddart said, adding, “In general, the findings lead to the conclusion that, unlike simple phonebook information, the elements examined can be used to develop very detailed portraits of individuals, providing insight into one’s activities, tastes, leanings and lives.” The government dropped the bill earlier this year following widespread criticism.
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