Apr 242019
 April 24, 2019  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

The Canadian Press reports:

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) has launched a lawsuit against all three levels of government involved in a bid to bring a high-tech neighbourhood to Toronto’s downtown core.

Federal, provincial and municipal governments are all named in the notice of application filed by the civil rights and freedoms group, which has been threatening since March to launch legal action over the yet-to-be-approved Quayside project.

The suit also names Waterfront Toronto, a local organization that’s partnered with Google sibling company Sidewalk Labs to develop five hectares of waterfront land into a “smart city” with high-tech sensors built into nearly every aspect of its infrastructure.

A notice of application announcing the suit alleged the project is replete with potential privacy breaches that violate Canadians’ constitutional rights.

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