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Canada Dashboard Digest | Newfoundland and Labrador OIPC advises sheriff's office on video-editing software use Related reading: Data Privacy Day 2022: A look ahead

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Newfoundland and Labrador Information and Privacy Commissioner Michael Harvey advised the province's Office of the High Sheriff to use video-editing software to blur out the faces of residents, The Telegram reports. The recommendation came after the sheriff's office did not send an individual copies of a courthouse video over privacy concerns. Harvey added failure to obtain "normal hardware and software" is not a sufficient reason to avoid such a request. Meanwhile, the Vancouver Police Department deployed a surveillance van in an effort to combat crime.
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