Google’s new street-level view concerns Canada’s Privacy Commissioner

A number of articles appearing today citing Canada’s privacy commissioner, Jennifer Stoddart, raising concerns about Google’s Street View application. The privacy commissioner says many of the street-level images Google has on the Internet could break Canada’s privacy laws, although none are live yet in Canada. However, she goes on to say that if the Street View application were deployed in Canada, it might not comply with federal privacy legislation. Seems like the concept of private citizen is increasingly being eroded.

For more details, see articles:

The Globe & Mail

The National Post

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