A public meeting was held on the Waterfront Toronto smart-city project, The Canadian Press reports. Tech Reset Canada Co-Founder Bianca Wylie was one of the opponents of the project who called for more transparency into the decision-making process as privacy concerns continue to surround the plan. Wylie’s plea comes as Waterfront Toronto works on an updated draft of the project titled the “Master Innovation and Development Plan.” Waterfront Toronto plans to submit the draft to be reviewed by the Canadian government in January. Waterfront Toronto Chief Development Officer Meg Davis said details about data governance will be included in an upcoming document.
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