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Privacy protection should not suffer at the expense of security: B.C. report

Personal privacy should not take a back seat to national security as officials try to anticipate and protect against terror attacks, B.C.’s privacy commissioner said Monday. “The constitutional and statutory privacy protections we enjoy should not be set adrift in the name of national security to founder on the rocks of law enforcement expedience,” Information and Privacy Commissioner David Loukidelis said in his annual report released on Monday. Full Story

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