ilstv.com Oct. 1, 2019
Manulife's Insurance App Rewards Healthy Lifestyles, But Also Raises 'Health Surveillance' Concerns
Making 10 per cent of Canadians less sedentary by 2020 would increase the national GDP by $1.6 billion, according to a study BY Nicholas Sokic | Financial Post Elevators at Manulife Canada’s Toronto headquarters are now adorned with signage that reads, “the stairs go the same way.” It’s part of Manulife’s efforts to change sedentary …
thestar.com Jul. 30, 2019
Security Breach At Capital One Exposed Data Of 6 Million Canadians
Most of the information obtained was on consumers and small businesses who applied for a credit card from 2005 through early 2019.
betakit.com Jun. 26, 2019
Ann Cavoukian Still Has Problems With Sidewalk Labs' Approach To Data With Quayside
Privacy expert Ann Cavoukian gave BetaKit her thoughts on how Sidewalk Labs is tackling data in its recently released master plan.
betakit.com Jun. 20, 2019
#Truenorth19 Speakers Argue The Future Of Privacy Is The Cloud
At day one of True North, Balaji Gopalan and Ann Cavoukian explored issues around privacy in tech, and why decentralization could be the future of data.
itworldcanada.com May. 16, 2019
Canadian Privacy Experts Praise San Francisco Ban On Facial Recognition Software
Canadian privacy experts say this week's decision by San Francisco forbidding county and municipal departments from using facial recognition technology should be
itworldcanada.com May. 9, 2019
Why Letting Alexa Spy On Everything You Say Could Be Good For Your Health
Privacy advocates worry about the pitfalls of smart speakers spying on us when we don't intend it, but what if having an