Jul 162014
 
 July 16, 2014  Business, Court, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Christine Dobby reports:

In the wake of a landmark court ruling last month that upheld Canadians’ right to online privacy, telecommunications companies are tightening their policies on when they will share customer information with police and government authorities.

The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously ruled in June that police must obtain a search warrant before asking Internet providers for details that would identify their customers, and Rogers Communications Inc. said Wednesday it has overhauled its policies to comply with the decision.

Read more on the Globe and Mail.

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