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It is now almost a pattern: every time we, as a human rights organization or activist, write to government agencies inquiring about cases of Canadians detained abroad or of Canadians subject to abuse or possible discrimination, the governmental response will certainly somehow contain the issue of "privacy."
"Privacy concerns" have been used as a powerful pretext for inaction or silence and this should be challenged and denounced.