The government is trying to push through a set of electronic surveillance laws that will invade your privacy and cost you money. The plan is to force every phone and Internet provider to allow "authorities" to collect the private information of any Canadian, at any time, without a warrant.
Please join us for this event featuring a book launch, viewing of (un)Lawful Access -- a mini-documentary that features some of Canada's leading legal and privacy experts, who explain the dangers of the federal government's impending 'Lawful Access' legislation, dubbed 'Online Spying' by Canadians -- both technical and political panels and questions and further activities.
6:00pm - 7:00pm: Book Launch: The Internet Tree: The State of Telecom Policy in Canada 3.0
You just know things are bad when the U.S. criticizes Canada for its treatment of Indigenous people. Wikileaks late last week released a memo from the American Embassy in Ottawa to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, outlining a land claim process that is hopelessly mired in bureaucracy, costly court cases, allegations of the mismanagement of First Nations funds and assets, and the lack of any lucid definition of aboriginal rights.
A message from the CEO of Canada Inc. to its shareholders and clientele. At Canada Inc., your profits and security against the ugly plebes are Job One! The film was produced by A Creative Revolution.