Let’s work to stop the crackdown on domain privacy

Have you ever wondered just how many domain names there are out there? Turns out, there are a lot! According to Verisign’s Domain Industry Brief, there were a whopping 288 million domain names registered by the end of 2014, with 16.9 million new domains registered in 2014 alone.

Each and every one of those domain names is required to have a set of contact information attached - typically including a name, address, email address, and phone number. This information is then hosted in a database called WHOIS, where it can be searched by anyone with an Internet connection.

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Connie Fournier: Bill C-51 contradicts conservative principles

Principled Conservative and founder of the website Free Dominion Connie Fournier writes another poignant piece looking at how Bill C-51 contradicts conservative principles, and how this will become a key election issue. 

Article by Connie Fournier by the National Post

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Topics: Online Spying

Ottawa Citizen: The cost of our security is not our privacy

At the human level, privacy is the most fundamental form of security. Speak out to commit all party leaders to repeal Bill C-51at

Article by Shannon Gormley

Ever-benevolent in exactly the wrong ways, our federal government has given our national spy agency powers that no spy agency should have. This particular gift has unsettled many of us since Bill C-51 came into its regrettable existence. But until last week, we didn’t know that our spy agency itself knew that it didn’t need new information-sharing laws.

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Topics: Online Spying

VICE: Opposition to C-51 is as high as it's ever been

Even after the bill passed, opposition to C-51 is as high as it's ever been.

This reckless legislation is shaping up to be a key election issue.  Speak out now to get it repealed at

Article by Justin Ling for Vice

Canadians aren't the biggest fans of C-51, the anti-terrorism bill that is now law.

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Topics: Online Spying

Conservative campaign spokesman tried to defend the use of ISIS video in their ad

Conservative campaign spokesman Kory Teneycke tried to defend the use of ISIS video in their recent attack ad. He tried. ‪#‎Harpocrisy‬

By Global TV

Chief Political Correspondent Tom Clark sat down with Conservative campaign spokesman Kory Teneycke to discuss HarperPAC and a recent attack ad that features ISIS video and why they chose to show such imagery. Read more »

Topics: Online Spying

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