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Daily Dashboard | PHAC admits use of Canadians' cellphone data 'could have been done far better' Related reading: German state DPA will not take action against schools for using Microsoft software

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Canada’s House of Commons’ Ethics Committee heard testimony that the Public Health Agency of Canada did not act transparently in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, iPolitics reports. PHAC accessed Canadians’ cellular location data to help the government address challenges associated with the pandemic. Michael Geist, Canada’s research chair in internet and e-commerce law, said PHAC did not adequately disclose enough information about the viewing of location data or communicate about the response with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
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