Canada's airlines fear violating privacy under new U.S. rules


Tue, Jan 5th, 2010 15:32 by capnasty NEWS

With the requirement to hand over information for international flights through U.S. airspace, Canada's major airlines say they will be forced either to break privacy laws or to ignore new American air security rules unless the federal government comes up with a response to U.S. demands for passenger information.



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