N.S. Information and Privacy Commissioner to release report on video surveillance footage in schools

Catherine Tully, the Information and Privacy Commissioner for Nova Scotia, is expected to release an investigation report on Thursday regarding video surveillance footage from a Cape Breton school.

A news release from the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner says Tully launched the investigation after images from video surveillance cameras at the Rankin School of the Narrows in Iona were publicly available through a Russian website. 

The Commissioner’s investigation report is set to be released at 10 a.m. and available for download at www.foipop.ns.ca