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Civil liberties groups back privacy commish on device searches

News | 06/16/2017 4:10 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Grouping electronic devices with other goods when it comes to searches at the border is an affront to Canadians’ right to privacy and border laws must be clearer to protect citizens from unreasonable searches of their devices, civil liberties groups argued in front of a Parliamentary committee Thursday.

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