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Camille Crowther

Communications Intern at

Camille is a Communications Intern with <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>, where she produces blog content. She is an undergraduate student at Simon Fraser University, and is majoring in Communication and minoring in Criminology. Along with blogging for, Camille also writes for the SFU student newspaper, The Peak.
What Canadians Need to Know About CSEC

What Canadians Need to Know About CSEC Spying

Thousands of Canadians are speaking out to defend their privacy rights, after recent revelations that an ultra-secretive government agency is spying on our everyday online activities. This agency, the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC), was revealed to be systematically collecting the private information of law-abiding citizens, including Canadians, from around the world. This is real.
09/05/2013 12:13 EDT
When Copyright Laws Go Too

When Copyright Laws Go Too Far

A recent police raid of Swedish subtitling website Undertexter highlights the need for the reform of copyright laws, and how these antiquated rules should be replaced with new regulations that better favour Internet‬ users, innovators, and content creators. Undertexter had its headquarters raided for the simple crime of providing fanmade subtitles for foreign and hearing-disabled fans of shows and movies. Now they've paid the price.
08/30/2013 12:34 EDT
Aaron's Law: Don't Criminalize Everyday Use of The

Aaron's Law: Don't Criminalize Everyday Use of The Internet

It was just a few months ago that Aaron Swartz, a co-founder of Reddit and a distinguished Internet pioneer and activist, took his own life. Swartz had found himself in serious trouble under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and was looking at a 35-year jail sentence. Under Aaron's Law, breaking online 'terms of service' agreements would no longer be against the law.
08/01/2013 05:22 EDT