June 17, 2010 Non-U.S.
John Spears reports:
You sign up for an energy conservation scheme that lets your local utility shut down your air conditioner temporarily if the power grid is overloaded. Shortly afterward, you get a marketing call from an air conditioning company.
You buy an electric car that you charge up every Sunday night, but never on Mondays because you always do an overnight trip. One Monday night, your home is burgled.
In fact, this doesn’t happen right now. Privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian wants to keep it that way.
Read more in the Toronto Star.
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