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 August 13, 2009  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

A Canadian school bus driver who refused to allow a U.S. security firm perform a mandatory background check out of privacy concerns has won her battle.

Stephanie Sydiaha, a driver for First Student Canada, opposed the background check out of fear over what the private U.S. firm might do with her personal information once it had the data, according to Canada’s CBC News.

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