caro46 wrote: Hi all, I`d really like to chat with other women from the Nepean/Barrhaven area who are dealing with BC.
I m from out of town and don't see my family too often so it would be nice to find support in the area!
But while these devices are tracking our habits for us, what's happening with that information, and who else can see it? Last week an American woman launched a proposed class-action lawsuit against the Ottawa maker of a smartphone-enabled vibrator called the We-Vibe, alleging the company sells products that secretly collect and transmit "highly sensitive" information.
Aron Feuer is managing director of cybersecurity for Valencia Advisors, a privacy and security firm with offices in Toronto, Ottawa and Calgary.
That is why Ottawa lawyer Mark Hecht said video game companies should monitor online chats.
In the building: reception desk, access control, large lounge, laundry room and interior bicycle parking.
As in all our residences, residents have quick and easy access to live-in Residence Life staff, trained to help with academic, personal and social issues.
The video then shows the victim being pinned down by several women and then sexually assaulted with various objects.
The attackers speak in Lingala, a Bantu language spoken in both Congo-Kinshasa and Congo-Brazzaville.