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 May 1, 2016  Breaches, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Alex Boutilier reports:

Canada’s electronic spies are concerned reporting too many details about serious privacy breaches could reveal too much about the agency’s highly secretive surveillance and cyber-defence activities, the Star has learned.

The Communications Security Establishment has been in a yearlong spat with privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien’s office over reporting “material” privacy breaches.

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