Spying

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Canada’s spy agency CSE is in court, struggling to explain how it accidentally shared innocent citizens’ private metadata with foreign governments.2 If we don’... more
Bill C-51
Terrorism
spying
Internet
Internet freedom
Liberal Party of Canada
Privacy Commissioner
We have assessed how the parties’ plans measure up to the policy priorities you told us mattered most. Click here to see how they scored - you might be... more
Elections 2015
Open Media
Internet freedom
privacy
spying
Government spying
Liberal Party of Canada
NDP
Green Party of Canada
Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
elxn42
elxn2015
Dear Canadian Political Party Leaders: Canadian experts have spoken loudly and clearly against Bill C-51. Lawyers, privacy commissioners, intelligence officers... more
Elections 2015
Bill C-51
Canadian democracy
privacy
spying
Freedom of speech
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Terrorism
elxn2015
elxn42
Dear Senators, Stop Bill C-51! It is ridiculous that there is even a chance this could go through. I am outraged at what Harper is doing and if it continues I... more
Bill C-51
democracy
spying
Anti-Terrorism
Terrorism
Canadian Senate
Stephen Harper
Conservative Party of Canada
Canadian government policy
privacy
CSIS
Canada
The most powerful ideas come from everyday Canadians. And we saw that again this week: our crowdsourced pro-privacy action plan, shaped by over 125,000 of you... more
privacy
cse
surveillance
spying
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
C51
Today’s the big day: we’re launching our positive, pro-privacy action plan, packed with ideas from thousands of Canadians about how to roll back Bill C-51, end... more
privacy
spying
surveillance
c-51
charter
Elizabeth May was the first MP to stand up against the Harper government's so-called “anti-terror bill,” which does nothing to improve national security, and... more
Bill C-51
spying
Anti-Terrorism
Elizabeth May
Lead Now
Stephen Harper
Conservative Party of Canada
Terrorism
Canada
Dear Prime Minister: Many Americans love Canada and the specific benefits that have come to our country from our northern neighbor’s many achievements (see... more
Anti-terrorism act
Bill C-51
spying
Terrorism
Civil Liberties
Stephen Harper
Conservative Party
Ralph Nader
democracy
Libya
Jean Chretien
jihadism
ISIS
al-Qaeda
Globe and Mail
Canada
A little late for the holiday season, we’ve just learned that Canadian spy agency CSE is making a list… but they’re not checking it twice. In fact, they’re not... more
spying
CSIS
CSEC
privacy
Stephen Harper
It’s been a tough week for all of us. I’ll never forget checking the news on Wednesday morning and discovering that Parliament - the very symbol of the... more
privacy
CSEC
surveillance
spying
CSIS
civil rights
Civil Liberties
Ottawa Shooting
Sometimes it’s not hard to understand why so few Canadians trust their politicians. Case in point: Kevin Sorenson, government MP and Minister of State for... more
CSEC
spying
surveillance
privacy
peter mackay
rob nicholson
kevin sorenson
Government
spin
This piece was originally published in the July-August 2014 edition of the CCPA Monitor. Canadians everywhere have a new reason to thank the Supreme Court... more
spying
CSEC
surveillance
Snowden
NSA
cyberbullying
privacy deficit
Canada
Canadians have been speaking out in huge numbers about the government’s mass surveillance of law-abiding citizens. For some time now, debate has focused on how... more
privacy
surveillance
spying
telecoms
Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC)
This week, Industry Minister James Moore quietly tabled a new Digital Privacy Act in the Senate. The proposed legislation should safeguard Canadians’ privacy... more
privacy
surveillance
spying
CSEC
Snowden
NSA
Civil Liberties
C-13
Open Media
security
Canada