Privacy


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8 months ago

Notorious Antifa activist tries to dox Trump boat parade participants on Twitter

A militant Antifa doxxer is soliciting the public for identifying information of those who participated in the peaceful "Trump Boat Parades" that took place across several US states over the weekend.

Mia Cathell
9 months ago

Sask. Privacy Commissioner rules that health cards cannot be required for ID

Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner says that people do not have to provide their health cards for ordinary ID.

Sam Edwards
a year ago

Facebook to pay out $9 million for fraudulent privacy claims

The social media giant Facebook is being ordered to pay $9 million dollars by the Competition Bureau, after providing Canadians with misleading information.

Quinn Patrick
a year ago

Privacy at stake as Canadian tracing apps introduced by provinces

New Brunswick, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador are among the first provinces looking to introduce contact tracing apps.

Collin Jones
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