Canadians tepid to government use of personal information

Seventy-two per cent of respondents say they’d feel as though their privacy had been violated if they knew the feds were snooping on their activity.

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
CSEC chief John Forster in March.
Laura Beaulne-Stuebing
Published: Wednesday, 12/10/2014 1:00 am EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 01/12/2016 1:09 pm EST

Canadians have lukewarm feelings about the federal government’s collection and use of their private and personal information, according to a new report.

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