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Transparency Report   

	TEKSAVVY QUARTERLY TRANSPARENCY REPORT 2014 - IN REPLY TO CITIZEN LABREPORTS 

	Back in January 2014, we received a pretty long letter asking for a range of details about TekSavvy's data retention	Following up to our initial Transparency Reports covering 2014 and sharing policies, specifically2015-16, TekSavvy committed to publishing quarterly transparency reports beginning with an eyethe January to how, when, and whyMarch, 2017 period (published in November, 2017). As of the date when each report is published, at least six months will have passed since we disclose informationresponded to government agencies. Since then, a lot has come outeach of the requests disclosed in public about both government activity in this area, and what some other Canadian telecom providers have been up to.that report.  

	We have been devoting more resources	2017 Q1 (January to the legal and regulatory function over the last couple of months, partly to address new challenges like these as they come up. Taking a hard look at what we do in this area has been part of that role. On June 4, 2014 we posted a reply to the January 2014 letter. It includes a fair bit of detail on what inquiries we have received in the past, how we have responded to them, and how we are strengthening our practices going forward.March), published November, 2017: Download file 

	Our reply	2017 Q2 (April to Citizen Lab can be found HERE.June), published April, 2018: Download file 

	TEKSAVVY TRANSPARENCY REPORT 2017 - FIRST QUARTERLY TRANSPARENCY REPORT	2017 Q3 (July to September): published May, 2018: Download file 

	Following up	2017 Q4 (October to our initial Transparency Report from 2014, we have created an updated report which we plan to release at a quarterly cadence with updated statistics. This particular edition of our Transparency Report discloses information about requests that we received between January 1, 2017 and March 31, 2017. As of the date when this report was published, at least six months have passed since we responded to each of those requests.December): Coming soon! 

	The First Quarterly Transparency Report can be found HERE.	EARLIER TRANSPARENCY REPORT 

	To go along	In January, 2014, we received a pretty long letter from independent researchers asking for a range of details about TekSavvy's data retention and sharing policies, specifically with an eye to how, when, and why we disclose information to government agencies, and asking specifically about disclosures in 2012 and 2013. Our response to that letter in June, 2014, was effectively our First Quarterlyfirst Transparency Report, we have also formulated another reply to the original Citizen Lab letter. Youcovering 2012 and 2013; you can check that out HERE.read it here. 

	Our Second Quarterly	In May, 2017, we received an updated version of that letter from the same researchers for a follow-up study concerning information handling and disclosures we made in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Our response to that second letter, which we published in November, 2017 was effectively our second Transparency ReportReport, covering 2014, 2015, and 2016; you can be found HERE.read that letter here.

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