October, 2014: Claire (left), Glenn Greenwald (centre), Michael Harris (right)
Claire has covered national and digital security, privacy and cyber-pretty-much-anything from Ottawa, reporting on breaking news stories from Parliament Hill.
She’s reported on top breaking news stories, including the Oct. 22 attacks at Parliament Hill, the subsequent pieces of anti-terror legislation and most recently the 2015 federal election. She’s written on stories involving Canada’s policies on torture, surveillance, refugee security, and cyber defence.
Claire graduated from the University of King’s College with double honours in journalism and political science, having specialized in contemporary politics and digital media. Claire was nominated as part of a group for the 2014 CAJ Marketwired Data Journalism Award for her work on an investigative reporting project, Burned.
Bill that would ensure privacy for genetic information may fail over lack of Liberal support
Identifying privacy flaws in Harper-era legislation could take ‘years’: commissioner
Year of access to information ‘one of the most challenging of my mandate’: commissioner
International barriers frustrating cybercrime probes: RCMP
Goodale making no quick calls about online police powers
Election countdown: Who won the social media battle?
Is the Harper government expecting the courts to quash its ‘exile’ law?
C-51’s post-election fate may not be so simple: Forcese and Roach
Between refugees and C-51, security endures as a campaign concern
Drowned Syrian boy’s family did not apply for asylum: Ottawa
How parties ask for your vote but help themselves to your data
‘Anonymous’ starts slow leaking of cabinet confidences, CSE spy attempts
Blaney announces fresh cybersecurity funding in wake of recent attacks
More than a third of Canadians condone torture, says poll
Senator Mobina Jaffer says fight over C-51 is just getting started
Senators snowed under by anti-C-51 email
‘Anonymous’ calls massive cyber-attack on feds a protest against C-51
Legitimacy of Muslim council questioned again at C-51 committee
Key legal voices blocked from C-51 committee debate
CSE watchdog proposes C-51 info-sharing changes apply to watchdogs
National Muslim group warns C-51 posturing ‘giving fodder to extremists’
What the video says about Zehaf Bibeau and C-51: experts
C-51 critics release massive list of proposed amendments
Committee opts to study terror financing over oil, economy
NSA Chief speaks to Canadian Defence elite on cybersecurity
Initial Iraq mission could cost up to $166M: PBO
Canada all bellicosity on Ukraine, no action: Westdal
Harper’s pre-election shift: Goodbye economy, hello security
Is Iraq a combat mission? Depends on how you define ‘combat’
Amid hacks, tracks and drones, privacy concerns on the rise: report
Opposition decries government’s witholding of Operation Impact cost
Canada’s torture inquiries cost PCO, CSIS more than $31.6M
CIA torture report renews attention on Canadian connection
Islamic State kidnap rumour fuels debate on Canada’s ransom policy
The new anti-terror conversation: Will Canada adopt ‘glorification legislation’?
How ISIS replaced Syria on the international security agenda
Criminal Code’s preventative arrest law has never been used
Liberal bill to heighten intelligence oversight rejected by Tories
RCMP don’t keep complete records on warrantless net subscriber data: report
New CSIS bill will protect sources, expand jurisdiction
Former privacy commissioner raises red flags on CSIS changes
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