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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE CHARGES DON'T FIT THE "FACS"
DELAY, DELAY AND MORE DELAYS BY THE CROWN.
Why is it it's the crown wanting a special judge at this late... more
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is expected to file a notice of renegotiation of the North American free trade agreement within weeks, paving the way for... more
This blog is normally limited to digital law and policy issues, such as privacy, copyright and the Internet. Not today. These are not normal times. The events... more
9/11: Lingering Questions and Implausible Assumptions
I contend that the victims of 9/11 were innocents and those responsible for the attacks must be... more
Facebook likes to ask us, “What’s on Your Mind?”, “Where Are You?”, “How Are You Feeling?”. Nosy little platform if I do say so myself. But it isn’t the only... more
Officials at Public Services Procurement Canada were aware that the Phoenix pay system might cause privacy breaches as early as January 2016, according to... more
The Supreme Court of Canada, the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, Court Martial Appeal Court and Tax Court are preparing to take the Canadian government... more
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
Dear Canadian Political Party Leaders:
Canadian experts have spoken loudly and clearly against Bill C-51. Lawyers, privacy commissioners, intelligence officers... more
Exciting news! Green Party leader Elizabeth May has just announced her endorsement of our crowdsourced pro-Internet action plan.1
She becomes the first major... more
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
The fight to stop reckless Bill C-51 has reached a crucial stage: the final vote in the Senate is expected within days.
A number of senators have spoken out... more
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
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
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