Notes from the IAPP Canada Managing Director, August 10, 2018

10th August 2018 News 22 Views

There’s a story this week about a man in Nova Scotia who was asked to give up more personal information than was necessary when he was trying to hire a mechanic to change his car tires. If you read the whole story, you know that this particular individual felt so strongly about the overreach that he took his business elsewhere.
I suppose that’s one way of trying to punish those that do privacy badly. Just don’t do business with them!
But, all too often, that’s not really an option.
While Cadillac Fairview has suspended its facial recognition program this week after outcries about how it was tracking and profiling mall customers, I really doubt that people stopped going to the malls altogether

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