Dec 092010
 December 9, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Sarah Schmidt reports:

Canada’s privacy watchdog has launched a sweeping audit to find out whether the federal government is doing enough to protect the privacy of air travellers, given the heightened focus on national security.


In the case of the new full-body airport scanners — dubbed “naked scanners” by detractors — the audit will determine whether the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority is following through on promises made to minimize the privacy intrusions of this new technology.

Read more in the Vancouver Sun

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