Feb 2011, Burnaby Now article. ‘Passive consent’ triggers complaint: Burnaby parent says survey is ‘unethical’ (broken link)

Feb 2011, Burnaby Now article. ‘Passive consent’ triggers complaint: Burnaby parent says survey is ‘unethical’ (broken link) Feb 2011 responses to the article from a UBC researcher (broken link) and from a citizen (broken link)

Who put HELP in charge of BC’s private data? Why trust HELP? (broken link)

Who put help in charge of BC’s private data? Why trust HELP when they avoid informed consent to mine our private data? HELP’s PRIVACY POLICY—staff sign an “oath of confidentiality” = not reassuring (scroll down to Organizational Structure at this…

Privacy Violation & Data Mining in BC

Documents from HELP showing government complicity in privacy violation and lack of informed parental consent for HELP’s massive data mining project February is “EDI” Month in BC Kindergartens Requirement for Informed Parental Consent Violated by Schools, HELP and BC GovernmentLetters…

Burnaby Now article: Does data collection put privacy at risk? (broken link)

Burnaby Now article: Does data collection put privacy at risk? (broken link) HELP is the government-funded organization that drives/creates child/family/daycare policy here AND does the mega-dating mining. Family’s addresses are not there but postal codes are and so is everything…

Kick Big Brother Out of School: Government Collecting “Sperm to Worm” Personal Data of All BC Children then Using it to Push All-Day Kindergarten

January 2010. Helen Ward. Kids First Parent Association of Canada - commentary paper (PDF): Kick Big Brother Out of School: Government Collecting “Sperm to Worm” Personal Data of All BC Children then Using it to Push All-Day Kindergarten