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Border privacy

If you've traveled to the U-S, you probably know that border officials can get a lot of information about you with just a few key-strokes. Some of that personal info, around suicide attempts, won't be available any more, with a new protocol by Toronto Police. David Common talked to one of the people behind the change, former Ontario privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian.
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