Do other U.S. agencies, like Homeland Security or the FBI or the CIA, have access to this data now that it's stored in the United States? Would they have access, given that this data has left Canada? I know we raised concerns about the actual photographs being stored in the United States and privacy concerns around that. It seems to me we've taken a further step with private correspondence, e-mails, that kind of thing, what we're accessing on the Internet now going out of the country and being stored there. It seems to me that we've raised the level of privacy concerns significantly. So do any of those agencies have access to that data now that it's in the United States?
Evidence of meeting #28 for Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics in the 40th Parliament, 3rd Session. (The original version is on Parliament’s site, as are the minutes.) The winning word was know.
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