The Public Health Agency of Canada’s plan to continue using “de-identified” cellphone data to track Canadians’ pandemic travel patterns lacks transparency, accountability, and needs to be put under closer scrutiny, according to privacy experts and a Conservative and Bloc Québécois MP.

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