Learn to think like a spy - Former CIA agent Lindsay Moran available for interviews

    TORONTO, May 1 /CNW/ - It's an irresistible urge. The act of looking at
someone else's work in a public place, or what is popularly known as shoulder
surfing. As more Canadians find themselves using mobile devices and laptops in
public spaces, the risk of someone seeing what you're doing has increased
dramatically. A recent survey by Angus Reid found that 63 per cent of Canadian
business travellers admit to having sneaked a peek at a stranger's work in a
public place.

    WHO:      Lindsay Moran, a former CIA agent

    WHAT:     In Toronto on behalf of 3M Privacy Filters, Lindsay is able to
              speak to:

              -  Spying 101 - learn on location with Lindsay how to pick a
                 safe place to work in a crowded area like a coffee shop or
                 train station
              -  Road warrior? Lindsay's got great tips for individuals who
                 spend all their time on the road
              -  Put a stop to shoulder surfers - Get tips from Lindsay about
                 easy steps Canadians can follow to ensure their privacy is
                 protected when working in open spaces

    WHEN:     Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 and Wednesday May 6th, 2009

    WHERE:    Toronto, ON(*)
              (*)   Note Lindsay is also available for phone interviews

For further information:

For further information: about the survey or to arrange an interview
with Lindsay, please contact: Ashley Curran, GCI Group, (416) 486-5923,
ashley.curran@gcicanada.com; Johanna VanderMaas, GCI Group., (416) 486-5902,

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