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Canada Dashboard Digest | Canadians grow wary of employee-monitoring tactics Related reading: What's new and what's not in the EU's AI regulation

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CBC News reports a growing number of Canadians are concerned over employers' requests to download location-tracking applications while on the job. One employee, Michelle Dionne, was fired after refusing to download the location-monitoring app required by her former employer. Apps that have been used include Blip, ActivTrak, Teramind and Hubstaff, and each has its own privacy policy that leads back to employer control. Employment lawyer Soma Ray-Ellis said employers should "be explaining what the app is for" and "understand where that data is going."
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