What about gender impact? Canada’s spies must consider risks to the country’s reputation before acting

OTTAWA—Canada’s electronic spies are being asked to consider the damage their operations could have on Canada’s reputation if the public were to find out about them.

The Communications Security Establishment’s updated “risk framework” asks their employees to weigh the benefits of electronic eavesdropping against the damage it could cause to Canada’s reputation and Canadian public opinion.

I smell virtue signaling.

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