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The Windsor Police Service’s access to the provincial COVID-19 database is raising privacy concerns, CBC News reports. Police searched the database 1,841 times from April 17 to July 20 to communicate COVID-19 status information to first responders. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association released a list of Ontario agencies that used the database, which includes names, addresses and birthdates of those who tested positive for the virus, calling it “alarming.” Windsor Police ranked 10th on that list.
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