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View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
It's a little harder to ask questions without an opening to work off.
The first question I have is this. If somebody calls the RCMP with a suspicion of data theft complaint, how does the RCMP treat that from the get-go?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
At what point does something become federal? If something is provincial jurisdiction but affects multiple provinces, does each province have to deal with it separately or is the RCMP able to step in at that point?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
In the case of the incident we're here to discuss, which is obviously a major incident, is the RCMP being kept apprised of what's happening, even if it's not their investigation?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
About 15 years ago, I was in an IRC channel—I'm not sure whether you're familiar with that forum—and someone was selling credit card numbers, along with the three-digit code on the back and the billing address. Everything was ready to go. The person was offering to sell them to people. I felt that was wrong and I wanted to call the police or some other authority, but no one replied or knew what to do.
If someone saw something similar happening on the Internet today, is there someplace they could call to report it?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
I mean generally. At the centre, do you accept comments from people on the outside, or do you work only with businesses? Explain how it works, if you don't mind.
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
Earlier, we were talking about passwords. Nowadays, we see two-factor authentication being used a lot more for bank accounts. Could the same thing be done for social insurance numbers?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
If they're willing to stay, I'd like to ask my questions.
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
I will continue somewhat along the lines of Mr. Motz's comments. Many of those who have not received a letter are worrying and wondering whether they are affected or not.
Can we say to all those who have not received a letter that they are not affected?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
So if someone does not receive a letter, they are not affected. Is that right?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
That protection is a good thing, but in some of the towns in my riding, Laurentides—Labelle, a number of people don't have Internet access or a cellphone. They are fewer than when I first took office, but there are still some. A number of them have even lost their Desjardins branch. What can those people do?
I have had an account with Equifax for several years. When something changes, I receive an email, but I must go on the website to try to figure out what it is, as it is not clear at all. So for those with an Internet connection, the Equifax-provided information is unclear, and those without a connection have nothing at all.
You talked a bit about this, but could you elaborate further?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
Fine.
In your statement, you talked about changing our digital identity system. What examples would you like us to follow?
View David de Burgh Graham Profile
Lib. (QC)
Very well.
I have one last question. What did the 2.9 million Desjardins clients who were affected have in common? Do we know why they were affected and not the others?
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