Monday, October 27, 2014
By Laura Tribe For almost a year-and-a-half, the Snowden revelations have continued to bring surveillance issues into the spotlight. But how have our policies in Canada changed to reflect privacy concerns? It’s time to tell the government exactly what we want. And that’s where you come in – we need your help. We’re crowdsourcing your views on privacy to help make a plan for what these policies should look like. Last week, in partnership with OpenMedia, we launched an initiative to collect input from Canadians across the country on how to shape our privacy policies. The interactive tool lets you rank privacy priorities and make recommendations for what you think should guide our plan moving forward. Please take the time to share your thoughts, and to share the tool with others. We want to incorporate as many voices as possible, and it only takes a minute to take a lasting impact on our privacy protections in Canada. Help shape Canada’s privacy plan. Tell us your vision for privacy in Canada.
Laura Tribe is CJFE’s National and Digital Programs Lead. Follow her on Twitter @ltribe.
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