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Daily Dashboard | Canadian Parliament calls for assessments of RCMP spyware use Related reading: US state law privacy developments: Indiana, New Hampshire, Washington

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Members of the Canadian Parliament’s House of Commons ethics committee recommended the federal government require privacy assessments when using "high-risk technological tools," according to a report recently reviewed by Politico. The report suggested a list of "banned spyware vendors" be compiled in the wake of disclosures the Royal Canadian Mounted Police utilized the technology. Following the report's release, Privacy Commissioner of Canada Philippe Dufresne said he approved its recommendations, including amendments to the Privacy Act requiring government institutions to conduct privacy impact assessments.
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