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CIRA warns about Internet traffic routed through U.S.

Briefs | 12/16/2015 3:22 pm EST

The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is warning people that, more often than they think, Internet communications between them and an endpoint in Canada often goes through the United States, making it subject to surveillance from a foreign government.

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