Privacy and Policing in a Digital World

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

As the federal government holds public consultations on what changes should be made to Bill C-51, the controversial anti-terrorism legislation passed by the Conservative government, various police agencies such as the RCMP and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police have petitioned to gain new powers to access telephone and internet data. Meanwhile nearly half of Canadians believe they should have the right to complete digital privacy. The Agenda examines the question of how to balance privacy rights with effective policing in the digital realm.
Episode:
Privacy and Policing in a Digital Age; U.S. Drone Warfare
Aired:
Dec 12, 2016
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