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“A federal watchdog is attracting howls of protest from some privacy and Internet experts after absolving Canada’s electronic spy agency (CSEC) of using data from a Canadian airport Internet service to track thousands of passengers for days after they left the terminal,” CBC News reports. The body that oversees CSEC concluded it was not involved in “tracking of Canadians or persons in Canada.” Last week, CSEC’s John Forster told a Senate committee “a controversial effort to understand airport wireless systems did not breach the privacy of Canadians.” Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian is among those who have expressed disappointment over the ruling.
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