In its “Life After Privacy” series, The Globe and Mail examines the question, “Is your government gathering masses of cellphone information to protect you, or to invade your privacy?” The report looks at how intelligence agencies in Canada and beyond have been “harvesting huge amounts of potentially private data from laptops, tablets and cellphones of millions of people, including their citizens” and questions whether this is necessary because of security threats or an infringement on citizens’ privacy. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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