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Slim’s Criminal Law News Aug 9 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Montreal grapples with privacy concerns as more Canadian police forces use facial recognition www.montrealcriminallaw.com

From shopping malls to smartphones to airports, facial recognition technology is becoming an increasingly common part of daily life.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Feb 16 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Supreme Court privacy ruling in criminal case may impact private sector

The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision Thursday defined the boundaries of privacy in criminal law, but an expert says the ruling should be heeded by businesses and data privacy officers as well.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Mar 9 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

An interesting (new) problem

With more police wearing cameras, the fight over footage has begun in Florida

MIAMI — As more police departments equip their officers with body-worn cameras, the question of who gets access to that footage—and at what cost—is fast becoming a new frontier in open-records policy.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Feb 23 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

An interesting look at privacy

What to do when cop cameras track your every move

In the past few years, police around the country have built up vast networks of cameras mounted on squad cars and posts that continuously take pictures of license plates, instantaneously enter the numbers in big computer data bases and, as result, quietly track the moves of millions of law-abiding Americans.

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