Nov 292018
 November 29, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Govt, Non-U.S.

Raymond Ayas reports:

Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Reduction, Bill Blair, has admitted to a privacy breach in an online survey that was advertised to Canadians as “anonymous”. The government recorded the IP addresses of everyone surveyed during the 2018 handgun ban consultations.

While the consultation process from Public Safety Canada is still ongoing, the online engagement session was only open between October 11 to November 10, 2018. The privacy breach occurred during that 30-day period.

Read more on The Post Millenial.

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