Saskatchewan

CBC's Political Panel talks STC and a potential breach of privacy

A breach of privacy is a hot topic for CBC's Political Panel on the May 12 edition.

Stefani Langenegger and Murray Mandryk look back on the week in provincial political news

Stefani Langenegger and Regina Leader-Post columnist Murray Mandryk discuss a potential breach of privacy involving STC on this week's political panel. (CBC)

An STC bus ride is sometimes as only as good as its Wi-Fi connection but it won't be much longer as the company ceases operations at the end of the month.

But something may linger past the doors closing — a possible breach of privacy.

CBC's Stefani Langenegger and Regina Leader-Post columnist Murray Mandryk talked about the subject in the latest edition of CBC's Political Panel.

Private company Carpe Diem Limousine Service, which plans to service routes previously offered by STC, has sent letters to STC customers and it's not yet known how the company got hold of the customers' information.

When CBC asked the company about it, they were tight-lipped.

Someone at the offices of Carpe Diem simply said there will be word next week.

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