Canadian government to introduce new Internet surveillance legislation
The Canadian government will introduce new Internet surveillance legislation that will mandate a massive new surveillance infrastructure at all Canadian ISPs and remove the need for court oversight of the disclosure of customer information. Michael Geist has a detailed FAQ on the history of the bill, the likely contents, the lack of government evidence supporting the need for the invasive legislation, and what Canadians can do about it. see links below.
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Posted on February 15, 2012, in Activism, Law, News and tagged ACTA, Canada, canadian isps, court oversight, government evidence, internet surveillance, Internet surveillance legislation, lawful access, michael geist, net censorship, PIPA, privacy fears, SOPA. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.