Privacy Advisor

Privacy and the Vancouver Olympics: Games over, cameras going away

The 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics marked the first time the games would be held on the North American continent in the post-9/11 world of enhanced security considerations after the terrorist attacks against the United States. With the games came increased concerns about protecting the international athletes and visitors who would flock to Vancouver to take part in the Olympics, and with those concerns came the need to balance personal privacy with personal safety.

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