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Canada Dashboard Digest | Toronto smart city project comes with privacy concerns Related reading: Supreme Court rules warrants generally needed in Carpenter v. US case

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CBC News reports on the privacy concerns arising from Alphabet's Sidewalk Lab's plan to turn the Toronto neighborhood Quayside into a smart city launching pad. Canada Research Chair in Surveillance Studies at Queen's University David Murakami Wood said it will be impossible to expect consent to factor into the development of smart cities, while former Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario Ann Cavoukian is advising Sidewalk Labs to avoid collecting any information in her role as consultant on the project. In an Op-Ed for The Toronto Star, Andrew Clement explains why it's important for Sidewalk Labs to respect privacy as it moves forward in developing the Quayside neighborhood.
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