The Apple vs. the FBI saga has been dizzying and challenging, but it comes down to this question: should citizens be able to know something that the government cannot get access to?
Having our eyes and hearts opened by the heinous attacks in Paris shouldn't also blind us to the more covert attacks on our civil liberties that may come as a second wave assault.
Canada's 2015 federal election is shaping up to be a decisive contest, with Canadians' fundamental freedoms on the line.
Over 100 businesses, large and small, have joined the over 200,000 Canadians speaking out to #StopC51.
Feb 3, 2015 to Feb 5, 2015
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Documentaire politique de Sarah Poitras
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke in Ottawa on Saturday, and rabble.ca video livestreamed the event.
Canadian universities are outsourcing their email storage and transmission to Microsoft and Google, leading to concerns that US intelligence services could gain access to private information.
Making links between online sexual assault and political suppression through surveillance.
Glenn Greenwald gives us the story of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in his new book 'No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State.'
The government has mismanaged the privacy rights of Canadians and it's time for a new approach.