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A 43-year-old Edmonton youth soccer coach is facing charges following a police Internet Child Exploitation investigation where a man allegedly tried to arrange to have sex with a child.The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) unit began investigating after a tip came in that a man was trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a youth, said Staff Sgt. The man was then conned into communicating with an ICE unit investigator online posing as a mother with an 11-year-old daughter, and since December 2016 the man has allegedly engaged in sexually explicit conversations where he attempted to arrange to have sex with the girl.“Customer” for the purposes of this policy is any individual who uses or applies to use the Airport Authority’s products, services, or facilities, including the website.“Third party” for the purposes of this policy is an individual or an organization other than the Airport Authority and the customer.Section 1: Accountability The Airport Authority is accountable for the personal information under its control.

It does not include aggregate information which cannot be associated with a specific individual and it does not include information that would enable an individual to be contacted at a place of business, for example an employee’s name, title, business address, or business telephone number.The most commonly hacked products were made by Foscam, the BBC reported, followed by Linksys and then Panasonic.All three companies told BBC their latest products all remind users to change the default password.Edmonton Regional Airports Authority (the “Airport Authority”, “we”, “us” and “our”) respects and upholds an individual’s right to privacy and to protection of his or her personal information.The Airport Authority is committed to ensuring compliance with applicable privacy legislation.But that doesn’t mean the industry itself hasn’t shifted in response to the laws.

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