The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that employees have an expectation of privacy even when working on computer equipment owned by their employer.
As representatives from government and private security hammer out the details of the cybersecurity framework, privacy concerns are moving to the top of the agenda.
This academic work frames the problem of excessive surveillance and describes threats to privacy.
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