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Real privacy means oversight

A steady stream of revelations from U.S. National Security Agency whistle-blowing continues to trickle out, and Canada’s most secretive intelligence agency made a cameo appearance last week.

Among the documents describing the top-secret “Bullrun” project was a reference to Communications Security Establishment Canada. The documents show that in the NSA’s covert quest to weaken Internet encryption standards, its long-standing Canadian partner played the part of a willing accomplice.

Authors:

Ann Cavoukian

Ron Deibert

Andrew Clement

Nathalie Des Rosiers

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/real-privacy-means-oversight/article14332825/