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 November 21, 2012  Surveillance

Tobi Cohen reports:

Canada’s privacy watchdog is raising concerns about a new mini-visa that will require certain visitors to Canada to disclose personal information that may include details about their mental health status and drug use and could be shared with the United States.

The Electronic Travel Authorization — a commitment made as part of Canada’s perimeter security deal with the U.S. — is among the measures crammed into the latest budget implementation bill.

Read more on Vancouver Sun.

Thanks to a Canadian reader who sent in this link.

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