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Newfoundland & Labrador Information and Privacy Commissioner Donovan Molloy’s office released a report on the use of video cameras in schools, The Aurora reports. Schools must identify the purpose of each individual camera installed in a school or on a school bus under the province’s Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 2015. The report also informs schools they must have detailed policies on what will be done with any footage the cameras capture. Molloy said while there are instances where video surveillance is justified, the commissioner recommends schools try other methods.
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