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"The message to the technology industry is clear: Canada is a horrible place to build or store intellectual property."
Imagine how you would feel if the government installed cameras in your home that recorded everything you did, then gave police the power to review the footage without a warrant, whenever they want. If that sounds to you like a gross violation of your privacy, you should probably be aware that the federal Liberals are contemplating pretty much exactly that for the digital world.
Canadian police seek online and phone data from telecommunications companies in almost every criminal investigation, according
Internet providers have tried to convince the government that they will voluntarily build surveillance capabilities into
Rogers Communications says from now on it will require police to get a warrant before it hands over subscriber data. “After
An industry group that represents more than 30 of the world’s most prominent tech and internet companies has criticized the
Rogers Communications and internet service startup TekSavvy have released the first-ever transparency reports from Canadian
Former public safety minister Stockwell Day says he hopes the Conservative government takes "another look" at its bill to
Canada’s telecoms appear to be building databases of subscriber information that law enforcement agencies can access without
Telecom companies would be granted immunity for handing over information on their customers without a warrant under a law