I started working on a post the other day about government and institutions’ penchant for claiming ‘privacy concerns’ as an excuse for withholding the kind of information that true democracies are entitled to. However, I haven’t had a lot of energy the past few days, so I think I will let Ontario Information and . . . → Read More: Politics and its Discontents: Privacy Concerns Or Just Plain Secrecy?
The Progressive Conservatives are preparing for a multi-year battle with the teachers of Alberta. With rhetoric such as “protect the classroom” (implying that teachers are working against teaching and children) and firing off emails to thousands of teachers in likely breach of privacy laws (which is currently being investigated by the Privacy Commissioner), it’s obvious. . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Redford Tories’ War with Teachers: It’s About Caucus Politics