In this post we analyze the partial disclosures concerning Canada’s federal agencies’ domestic telecommunications surveillance practices. We argue that key federal agencies remain unaccountable to Parliamentarians and the Canadian public alike, and that accountability measures are urgently needed for Canadians to understand the extent of their federal government’s surveillance activities.
RT @headhntr: Featured in this Norwegian article on surveillance, privacy, malware, and freedom with @mikko and @csoghoian. http://t.co/W88…(about 1 day ago)
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RT @arstechnica: Mission-critical satellite communications wide open to malicious hacking http://t.co/6V4NcSxAmE by @dangoodin001(about 1 day ago)
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