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Daily Dashboard | Supreme Court of Canada rules police must use warrant to obtain IP addresses Related reading: Podcast: James Dempsey and John Carlin talk top trends in cybersecurity

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The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that law enforcement must have a warrant to obtain an IP address, saying an IP address is a "reasonable expectation of privacy," CBC News reports. British Columbia Civil Liberties Association Litigation Director Vibert Jack said, "The idea that Canadians wouldn't have an expectation of privacy in their IP addresses is a very scary proposition."
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