British Columbia’s privacy commissioner has found that a farm labour company infringed on the privacy rights of its employees by implementing video surveillance, even though an investigation revealed shocking images of abuse against chickens at some Fraser Valley facilities.Acting Information and Privacy Commissioner Drew Mc Arthur launched the investigation after undercover video emerged in June showing Elite Farm Services Ltd. We search hard and wide to bring you the hunkiest in male muscle, fitness jocks, bodybuilders and male athletes! We pay them well, we pay them on time, and we work hard to take care of our guys! Our jocks keep more of their earnings than on any other site!In his report, however, Mc Arthur concluded that this attempt to curb animal abuse at its facilities “did not access the privacy risks associated with implementing video surveillance.” The Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) governs the collection, use and disclosure of personal information.
Elite Services works directly for Sofina Foods Inc., which sells much of its chicken under the Lilydale brand in major grocery stores including Safeway and Loblaws.
Within days of the video becoming public, Elite Services announced that it would require at least one supervisor and two staff members to wear body cameras on their safety vests.
The footage, the company said, would be reviewed at the end of the day, then saved for 30 days.
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