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Canada Dashboard Digest | Yukon IPC orders Department of Education to stop video surveillance of students Related reading: European Commission introduces public-sector interoperability legislation

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The Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner ordered the territory’s Department of Education to “immediately” halt use of video surveillance to collect personal information on students, CBC reports. The IPC also demanded all existing video to be “securely" destroyed. Former Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner Diane McLeod-McKay, who left her post in July, found the Department of Education is not permitted to collect information on students through video surveillance and that it violated its own policy by installing cameras in multipurpose rooms, bathroom entrances and sports facilities. The Department of Education rejected McLeod-McKay’s recommendations in a report issued Nov. 16.
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