Imagine a world without privacy or anonymity, where a totalitarian surveillance state has access to your deepest, darkest secrets.
No, this isn’t 2018 and we’re not talking about social media, this is the world of Andrew Niccol’s Anon.
Later on in the episode, Brenda McPhail, the director of the Canada’s Civil Liberties Association’s privacy, technology and surveillance project sheds some insight into the state of privacy in Canada.
Dr. Ann Cavoukian, former information and privacy commissioner of Ontario and the director of Ryerson University’s Privacy By Design Centre of Excellence, speaks about her theories on privacy by design.
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