Do you think aw officials should have unwarranted access to your private internet information?
In Canada the Tories are on their 3rd attempt to pass a bill that would allow police and intelligence officials to intercept online communications and get personal information from ISPs about their subscribers without first obtaining a warrant.
Do you think this should be allowed?
Although I think that it may be neccesary in some circumstances, finding child pornographers etc. No, it should not be at the discretion of any one department. It should only be allowed under strict guidelines. The use under these guidelines too, should be carefully monitored for abuse.
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