Mar 242016
 March 24, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Geordon Omand reports:

A police department’s refusal to either confirm or deny the use of a controversial and indiscriminate mass-surveillance device means Canadians have no way of knowing if their personal cellphone data is safe from prying eyes, say civil-rights groups.

Pivot Legal Society, a British Columbia-based legal-advocacy organization, filed an appeal with the province’s privacy commissioner after Vancouver police refused to disclose documents related to whether they use an invasive technology known as Stingray.

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