Surveillance scandals break while government presses for more surveillance powers

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  From bad to… worse Quebec has just announced a public inquiry examining admissions by the province’s two largest police forces that they have been spying on journalists.  These revelations are timely, to say the least. While Canadians read news … Read More

What Happens If You Don’t Provide Your Cellphone Password to Border Agents? 

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A highly anticipated case about border officials demanding passwords for electronic devices came in with a bang and went out with hardly a peep. Alain Philippon was arrested in March 2015 for refusing to provide a password to his Blackberry … Read More