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Perhaps the most notable revelation from documents obtained under the Access to Information Act is that Internet providers have tried to convince the government that they will voluntarily build surveillance capabilities into their networks. A 2013 memorandum prepared for the public safety minister reveals that Canadian telecom companies advised the government that the leading telecom equipment manufacturers, including Cisco, Juniper, and Huawei, all offer products with interception capabilities at a small additional cost.
A new poll suggests Canadians are giving a thumbs down to the Conservative government's cyberbullying legislation, at least
The Conservatives will not heed the advice of a growing list of independent experts and opposition critics who are urging