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ArriveCAN App Could Be Violating Constitutionally Protected Rights

Source: Brian Hill Global News, August 11, 2022

There’s also a debate among experts about whether ordering people to remain in their homes for two weeks without justification is a form of unlawful detention.

A recent glitch in the controversial ArriveCAN app that sent fully vaccinated travellers erroneous messages saying they needed to quarantine affected more than 10,000 people, according to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).

The extent of the glitch, which was revealed in a statement sent to Global News by the CBSA, represents 0.7 per cent of the typical number of cross-border travellers each week.

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