Oct. 26, 2013 – Global News
Canada’s cyber-surveillance body isn’t allowed to target Canadians. But it keeps information banks with Canadians’ personal details.
A spokesperson for the Communications Security Establishment said in an email the “vast majority” of personal information kept indefinitely in the digital surveillance agency’s information banks belongs to non-Canadians. But if they have information on you, chances are slim you’ll get to see it.