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Canada Dashboard Digest | Ontario privacy commissioner investigates doctor's use of surveillance camera Related reading: Web con: 'Privacy Engineering Live — PBD in Practice'

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The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario have launched an investigation into a plastic surgeon found to have a security camera installed in his office, CBC News reports. A security camera was discovered on the ceiling of a consultation room at the Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute owned by Martin Jugenburg. A Marketplace investigator was asked to undress when going undercover for a breast implant consultation. When asked about the camera, a nurse said the camera was in place for security purposes. Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario Brian Beamish said the situation was “unacceptable,” and doctors’ use of cameras for surveillance is “unjustified and would likely be a breach of our privacy law.”
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