Oct 042012
 October 4, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

Tobi Cohen reports:

Canada’s privacy commissioner has received a formal complaint about a controversial new survey that requires current and would-be border officers to share deeply personal and potentially incriminating information if they want to keep or get a job.

According to Anne-Marie Hayden, a spokeswoman for Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart, the office is now “looking at investigating” the matter. They didn’t reveal who had filed the complaint.


The questions touch on everything from substance abuse and sexual deviance to drinking and gambling habits and crimes individuals may have committed but were never charged for.

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