A recent report concluded that AIQ, a British Columbia company, failed to meet its obligations under Canadian privacy laws when it used and disclosed the personal information of millions of voters in British Columbia, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
The presence of video surveillance cameras has become a normal and often expected part of everyday Canadian life from the workplace to almost every imaginable type of facility and mass gathering area. In the aftermath of crimes or other unsavoury incidents in stores, hospitals, concert halls, office reception areas, school campuses or other facilities, one of the very first questions asked is whether video images have been captured of the offender(s).
As we edge closer and closer to 2013, we’re seeing more people with mobile devices in their pockets. How many people do you know with an iPhone or Android device? The influx of additional devices such as tablets and ultra-thin laptop computers means that more people are online in more places, more often than ever before. This vastly changes the way businesses can choose to sell their products. Enter the implementation of electronic payments.