Jack Julian reports:
Education officials in Cape Breton are refusing to remove a video camera pointed at the entrance of two student bathrooms, despite objections from Nova Scotia’s privacy commissioner.
The camera was one of several at the Rankin School of the Narrows in Iona that was streaming live images to the internet last year because no one set the password on the surveillance system.
“Based on the evidence we have, it is not an authorized collection of personal information, so it isn’t in compliance with the law,” said Catherine Tully, Nova Scotia’s information and privacy commissioner.
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