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The controversial online surveillance Bill C-30 would help police catch criminal suspects such as Luka Rocco Magnotta more
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is once against in the centre of a major privacy backlash. It has been reported that Canada Border Services has installed surveillance equipment in the Ottawa airport that will allow for eavesdropping on conversations. Canada has already suffered two serious threats to their privacy in recent months. Does it really need a third?
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is denying reports that the Harper government intends to quietly shelve its controversial
A majority of Canadians think that the Conservatives’ proposed online surveillance Bill C-30 is too intrusive and should
The group representing Ontario's top police brass appears to be the latest victim of "hacktivist" organization Anonymous
@Vikileaks30 isn't only smear -- it's insulting to the very Canadians its creator supposedly intended to protect. Thanks to this person, Toews' mistress and their love-child have been subjected to a level of embarrassment to which no Canadian should be subjected. Does it demonstrate the level of privacy Bill C-30 might violate? Possibly -- but it came at the cost of people who had nothing to do with it.
"The state has no business in the hard drives of the nation." That's Rick Mercer's take on the new Conservative online surveillance
A former Conservative public safety minister says he was against giving the police more power when he was in charge of the
It's going to cost at least $80 million to implement the government's lawful access bill to force internet and telecommunications
Government and law enforcement access to people’s electronic communications is the norm in dictatorships around the world