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 September 21, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Sarah Schmidt reports:

Canada’s privacy watchdog has warned that even more intrusive “naked” screening machines at airports could be in the works with the federal government’s emphasis on national security.

Speaking to members of the Canadian Bar Association, Jennifer Stoddart on Monday highlighted national security as one of the pressing issues that keeps her “up at night” and mused openly about second-generation full-body scanners coming to Canada in the future, calling them “naked, naked” scanners.

Read more in the Vancouver Sun

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