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Canada Dashboard Digest | Yukon DOE ignores IPC order to halt school surveillance Related reading: Data clean rooms bring perceived privacy gap

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The Yukon Department of Education rebuffed recommendations by the Office of the Information Privacy Commissioner to prohibit schools in the city of Whitehorse from using surveillance technologies against students, Yukon News reports. The DOE rejected an order to intervene on Nov. 16 after an IPC investigation revealed seven schools are conducting video surveillance, which the DOE allows at a school's discretion. The DOE's response to the initial complaint explained video footage does not come with audio and is retained for a maximum of 14 days.
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