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Stop Online Spying FAQ

Check out Michael Geist's Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lawful Access, But Were (Understandably) Afraid To Ask, and the CBC's Lawful access FAQs: Clearing confusion about 'surveillance' proposals.


External Links

  • Read Bill C-30
  • Blog: Mythbusting the mythbusting: Our response to Vic Toews' email to Canadians
  • National Post: Federal Online Spying Bills concern Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian
  • NDP MPs Angus & Sandhu write to Toews: Online spying bills are "disturbing"
  • (AUDIO) The CBC's Dan Misener interviews CIPPIC's Tamir Israel about Lawful Access
  • The Globe And Mail: Bill C-51 will turn ISPs into Internet gatekeepers
  • TVO’s Search Engine: It's Time to Worry About Lawful Access
  • Michael Geist: Web Surveillance Legislation Requires Study, Not Speed
  • Canadian Privacy Law Blog: Canadian police state legislation needs closer examination
  • Letter to Public Safety Canada from Canada's Privacy Commissioners and Ombudspersons on the current 'Lawful Access' proposals
  • Invasive surveillance bills will cost Canadians in cash and civil liberties, says new coalition
  • MacLean's: Jesse Brown's summary of Lawful Access
  • CBC: snooping bill a 'data grab,' privacy advocates
  • Montreal Gazette: Civil-rights groups want proposed 'spy law' scrapped
  • Georgia Straight: Federal “lawful access” bills concern B.C. privacy commissioner
  • Department of Justice: Implications of Lawful Access
  • Letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper in response to Lawful Access
  • The Vancouver Sun talks about online spying
  • Reilly Yeo and Vincent Gogolek explain why the PM will not talk about "lawful access"
  • Torontoist: On Lawful Access and Keeping the Cops out of Your E-mail
  • Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario: Surveillance Must Not Undercut the Future of Freedom, Innovation and Privacy
  • Ontario Privacy Commissioner's Letter to Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews re: Online Spying Bill

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