The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia has started to look into small cameras found within digital advertisements at bus stops in Vancouver, CBC News reports. Outfront, the company that set up the digital ads, said the cameras are not operational and that it will begin to cover them throughout the city. British Columbia Information and Privacy Commissioner Michael McEvoy said citizens have the right to control what data is collected and how it is used. He added his office is "actively looking into" the cameras as it gathers more information on the devices.
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