Legislation intended to fix Harper’s odious anti-terror law introduces new dangers to civil liberties that must be corrected.
Canada must work to set global standards of state responsibility in cyberspace.
Private Member’s Bill C-622, also known as the CSEC Accountability and Transparency Act, was defeated at the second reading stage yesterday, November 5th, in the House of Commons.
Britain’s electronic spy agency, Government Communications Headquarters, and its American counterpart, the National Security Agency, are working together to “Master the Internet”. Is the Communications Security Establishment Canada involved too?