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Privacy commish issues guidance on device searches at border

Briefs | 05/29/2017 5:40 pm EDT

The search of personal electronic devices when crossing the Canada-U.S. border is an “extremely privacy intrusive procedure,” Daniel Therrien, the federal privacy commissioner, has told the House of Commons committee on public safety and national security.

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