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Privacy Day Survey: Tell CCLA Your Privacy Priorities for 2017

Tell us what you think of Bill C-51

Add Your Name: Ban Facial Recognition Technology in my City

May 30, 2019

CCLA at the Supreme Court: The Worst Carding Case in Canadian History?

May 30, 2019

Noa Mendelsohn Aviv Director of Equality Program mendelsohnaviv@ccla.org         On Friday May 31st, the Supreme Court of Canada is going to release its decision in a case involving 4 young black men and one young Asian man carded in a private backyard! “Carding” and “street checks” are just some of the terms […]

CCLA Deputation on Facial Recognition Technology Used by Toronto Police Services

May 30, 2019

Michael Bryant, CCLA’s Executive Director and General Counsel, will be presenting this deputation on facial recognition technology today at the Toronto Police Services Board meeting. This is a public meeting and will be taking place at 1:30 PM in the auditorium of the police headquarters.