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 June 13, 2016  Breaches, Non-U.S.

Jim Bronskill reports:

OTTAWA – Canada’s border agency is pulling the plug on the controversial reality TV program “Border Security” after the federal privacy commissioner found the agency violated the rights of a construction worker filmed during a raid in Vancouver.

Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien recently informed the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, which spearheaded a complaint on behalf of Oscar Mata Duran, that the Canada Border Services Agency breached the Privacy Act by allowing production company Force Four to film the agency’s examination of the migrant labourer.

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