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Submission to Customer Name Address Consultation (CNA)
By: Jena McGill, Ian Kerr & Daphne Gilbert


October 19, 2007

Building on their recent academic publication, The Medium and The Message: Personal Privacy and the Forced Marriage of Police and Telecommunications Providers, the authors argue that the contemplated scheme allowing law enforcement agencies to obtain CNA data without a warrant — which can be used as the key to building profiles of core biographical information about identifiable individuals — infringes reasonable expectations of privacy and is likely unconstitutional.
 
Click here to  download the CNA Consultation submission.
 
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