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OpenMedia.ca: National Post: Canadian government under international pressure to pass Online Spying Bill C-30

International governments are pushing for Canada to enact Online Spying Bill C-30 – an intrusive piece of legislation that would provide authorities with warrantless access to Internet users’ … . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: National Post: Canadian government under international pressure to pass Online Spying Bill C-30

OpenMedia.ca: Is the Online Spying Bill C-30 gone for good?

A recent article has suggested that with the prolonged Parliamentary absence of Online Spying Bill C-30 – the warrantless legislation that would compromise Canadian Internet security – it could in fact be gone for good.

We’re staying vigilant and pushing our government for a definitive promise to all Canadians that these costly and invasive measures won’t resurface.

Tell your MP to stand with us and speak out against Bill C-30 at StopSpying.ca. Read more on this news article at The Globe & Mail.

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So, what’s in Anonymous’ bombshell Toews video?

Early this morning, Anonymous dropped its Toews bombshell via youtube. I tried to follow the narrative but my hearing (Menieres/tinnitus) was not up to Anonymous’ echoed audio. I gave up after a couple of minutes of trying to decipher the contents. It didn’t sound like much so I moved on, thinking that the data dump was coming in the form of printed materials.

The Disaffected Lib had no such

The Liberal Scarf: Harper wants $80 million of your tax dollars to creep your emails

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2012/02/22/pol-lawful-access-costs.html That’s what it’ll cost you to give Stephen Harper the privlidge to look through your email’s and browsing history.

It’s going to cost at least $80 million to implement the government’s lawful access bill to force internet and telecommunications service providers to collect customer information in case police need it for an investigation, CBC News has learned.

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