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Teresa Scassa

Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | May 6, 2020
Because contact-tracing apps bring together highly sensitive personal health information and location/activity data, privacy is a major issue, writes Teresa Scassa. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | May 6, 2020
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | May 6, 2020
Because contact-tracing apps bring together highly sensitive personal health information and location/activity data, privacy is a major issue, writes Teresa Scassa. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | February 13, 2019
The Cherry Street lift-bridge in the Toronto Port Lands district, pictured in 2017. The area is the subject of Sidewalk Toronto’s smart-city redevelopment project. Photograph courtesy of Jeff Hitchcock
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | February 13, 2019
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | February 13, 2019
The Cherry Street lift-bridge in the Toronto Port Lands district, pictured in 2017. The area is the subject of Sidewalk Toronto’s smart-city redevelopment project. Photograph courtesy of Jeff Hitchcock
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | April 9, 2018
Building a ‘smart city’ sounds like a good idea, but what lies behind a city’s IQ? Smart cities involve innumerable sensors of all kinds, gathering data in real-time throughout the city. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | April 9, 2018
Opinion | BY TERESA SCASSA | April 9, 2018
Building a ‘smart city’ sounds like a good idea, but what lies behind a city’s IQ? Smart cities involve innumerable sensors of all kinds, gathering data in real-time throughout the city. The Hill Times file photograph