#CyberFLASH: Canadians not terribly savvy about digital privacy, poll finds

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We all delete our internet browser history from time to time, and most of us have, at some point, removed something we’ve posted online.

But encryption? Virtual private networks? Not so much.

A poll conducted by CBC News and the Toronto Star this month found that hardly anyone in Canada said they use more advanced personal security tools.

This means that when it comes to digital security and privacy, Canadians really aren’t too savvy.

“There are so many unauthorized uses of people’s data and data breaches and hacking — it’s just grown exponentially,” said Ann Cavoukian, the former Ontario privacy commissioner and now the executive director of the Privacy and Big Data Institute at Ryerson University.

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