Tell Harper: Defend Online Privacy
It has just been revealed that the government spies on Canadians’ private information once every 27 seconds.1
That means that 1 in 34 Canadians have had their sensitive information spied on by the government.2 Odds are that either you, your family, or your neighbours are victims.3
When questioned in Parliament, Prime Minister Stephen Harper refused to take action to defend our online privacy.4 Please tell Harper to stand up for Canadians now →
The Harper government’s approach is:
We do not deserve this reckless collection of our sensitive information. Tell Harper to take responsibility and defend our online privacy now. →
Defend Our Online Privacy is a campaign supported by:
 Canadian Telcos Asked to Disclose Subscriber Data Every 27 Seconds. Source: Michael Geist.
 Kathleen Munk on Power and Politics. Source: CBC TV (1:40:50 in)
 Government bombarded telecom companies with requests for customer info: document. Source: City News.
 Talk to Cops, not me, about data requests: Harper. Source: Sun News.
 Metadata: Separating Fact from Fiction. Source: Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian / Toronto Star
 Government may be CCd on all your emails, documents show. Source: Huffington Post
 Taxpayers paying for telecom government snooping. Source: Toronto Star.
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