David Canton writes:
When it comes to the protection of privacy, Canada’s federal agencies have some serious changes to make.
In its 2009-2010 annual report on the Privacy Act, Canada’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner exposed significant deficiencies in privacy protection by a slew of federal agencies.
The privacy commissioner examined five major federal entities, and found none of them had fully assessed the threats and risks inherent in using wireless communication.
Read more in London Free Press.