Let's stop secret police Bill C-51 for good

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Join the Week of Education to Stop Secret Police Bill C-51

The government is about to ram through a reckless, dangerous and ineffective "secret police" law called Bill C-51.
From April 13th to April 20th people across Canada will step up for a Week of Education to Stop C-51. Any activity that helps educate your fellow residents of Canada is welcome: Petitions, letter writing, social media outreach, marches, forums, flyering, canvassing etc.. Let's grow the numbers in opposition.  

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Topics: Online Spying

Huffington Post: Thanks, copyright jerks

No one messes with my Netflix. No one!

Article by Daniel Tencer for The Huffington Post

Canada’s new copyright law may have made it illegal for TV viewers on this side of the border to access U.S. Netflix, a prominent law firm says.

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Topics: Copyright

We need you to write a letter

The more Canadians discover about secret police Bill C-51, the less they like it. That's why writing a letter to your local paper about why you oppose C-51 is so effective. Give it a try now with our handy letter-to-the-editor tool.

Stephen Harper’s Secret Police Bill C-51 is reckless, dangerous, and ineffective. 

Harper is trying to ram it through Parliament right now. 

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Topics: Online Spying

Another great reason to rethink those late night texts

The NSA has seen your ... intimate photos.

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Topics: Online Spying

The Great Disappearing Story Caper - A Groovy Copyright Mystery

Where have all the great works of literature from the 20th century gone?

A study by University of Illinois professor Paul J. Heald reveals that it’s easier to find books first published in the 1880s on Amazon than it is to find ones published in the 1980s. As Atlantic writer Rebecca J. Rosen puts it:

A book published during the presidency of Chester A. Arthur has a greater chance of being in print today than one published during the time of Reagan.”

So what gives?

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