Mar 122015
 March 12, 2015  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Daniel Tencer reports:

As Canadians debate numerous items of legislation that could affect their privacy rights — from the new anti-terrorism bill to the Digital Privacy Act — a new study has ranked how well Canada’s telecoms are doing on protecting their subscribers’ personal info.

The independent Ontario-based telco TekSavvy came out on top in the study, which is set to be released Thursday, with Telus ranking as the second-best telco for privacy.

It found that among the worst telecoms for privacy are the small wireless carriers (Wind, Mobilicity) and the big telcos’ “flanker brands,” like Koodo (Telus), Fido (Rogers) and Virgin Mobile (Bell).

Read more on Huffington Post (Canada).

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