(by Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – Canada – which has a population of 38 million – has admitted to secretly tracking 33 million phones during the Covid-19 lockdown, according to the National Post, citing Blacklock’s Reporter which first noted the disclosure. The country’s Public Health Agency (PHAC) did so to assess “the public’s responsiveness during lockdown measures,” according to the report. In March, the Agency awarded a contract to the Telus Data For Good program to provide “de-identified and aggregated data” of movement trends in Canada. The contract expired in October, and PHAC no longer has access to the […]

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