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Link: ‘Border Security’ TV show canned after federal watchdog finds privacy violation

From Jim Bronskill of The Canadian Press:

Link: ‘Border Security’ TV show canned after federal watchdog finds privacy violation
Canada’s border agency is pulling the plug on the controversial reality TV program “Border Security” after the federal privacy commissioner found the agency violated the rights of a construction worker filmed during a raid in Vancouver. Continue reading.

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One thought on “Link: ‘Border Security’ TV show canned after federal watchdog finds privacy violation”

  1. That would explain why the production company did what all Canadian producers innately want to do: Convert its show to an American one. (Border Security is now all about Customs and Border Patrol in the United States.)

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