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Canadian Govt Looking to Pass Warantless Internet Spying Bill

 
Parabola
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11/02/2012 07:58 PM

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Canadian Govt Looking to Pass Warantless Internet Spying Bill
Police across Canada are urging Ottawa to resurrect a controversial Internet surveillance bill that would allow them to monitor Canadians' digital activities in real-time without a warrant.

[link to rt.com]
[link to news.nationalpost.com]
[link to www.thespec.com]

The bills (C-12 and C-30):
[link to www.parl.gc.ca]
[link to www.parl.gc.ca]


could be another major step in the wrong direction if we dont speak out..
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11/02/2012 08:07 PM

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Re: Canadian Govt Looking to Pass Warantless Internet Spying Bill
In addition..

"Canada’s parliament has approved a bill that prohibits people from hiding their faces during unlawful gatherings and punishes the violators with up to ten years behind bars. "

[link to presstv.com]

[link to www.theglobeandmail.com]
[link to www.theglobeandmail.com]
[link to www.vice.com]

Bill C-309
[link to www.parl.gc.ca]
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11/02/2012 08:36 PM
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Re: Canadian Govt Looking to Pass Warantless Internet Spying Bill
They do this already, brother-in-law is a computer teck for schools and gets calls to get emails from user accounts.
They also scan your texting, someone in quebec was arrested, for texting an employee at a tradeshow to blow away the competition within days of the comment.
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11/02/2012 09:23 PM

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Re: Canadian Govt Looking to Pass Warantless Internet Spying Bill
They do this already, brother-in-law is a computer teck for schools and gets calls to get emails from user accounts.
They also scan your texting, someone in quebec was arrested, for texting an employee at a tradeshow to blow away the competition within days of the comment.
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I know they can it already.. but its beyond frustrating that they are able to do it so openly without much public contest.

People are starting to voice opposition more loudly now, the info is trickling out, and the discussions have changed. Not fast enough, but social media is such a powerful tool, and one worth protecting.

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