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It's unclear what Canada's electronic spy agency, the Communications Security Establishment, does when it finds a security flaw in a widely used operating system or a much-loved messaging app.

It’s unclear what Canada’s electronic spy agency, the Communications Security Establishment, does when it finds a security flaw in a widely used operating system or a much-loved messaging app.

Source: CBC News

Date: February 8th, 2018

Link: http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/cse-c59-software-vulnerabilities-disclosure-matthew-dube-1.4508703

Discussion

1) Does the Canadian CSE have a duty to protect Canadian’s from a security flaw or protect Canadian security?

2) How might the Canadian CSE detect such an issue with Apple?

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