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’ private data. Law-abiding Canadians shouldn’t have to compromise their online security and privacy. Speak out against this invasive and costly Internet surveillance plan at StopSpying.ca. If you’ve ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...