According to the Financial Post’s James McLeod, the federal privacy commissioner along with his provincial counterparts in BC and Quebec, will be taking a closer look at the extent of data being collected by Tim Hortons through their app – an issue brought to light in McLeod’s initial report published last week.
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) in Ontario announced that during an audit, it had discovered that an employee had inappropriately accessed the health records of approximately 40 patients between March and May of this year.
After facing critism from civil rights groups, video conferencing platform Zoom announced that it will offer end-to-end encryption to all users – not just for its’ paying customers as initially planned.
Some users in the UK of telehealth app Babylon Health were able to view the videos of other patients’ online doctor visits.
Clearview AI made the news earlier this year in a New York Times article about their controversial facial recognition software built from billions of images obtained by scraping the Internet. A recent report on CBC News discusses that Canadians can request to see what images Clearview AI has collected of them, but may not have […]