The Internet has been a great leveller, but has also opened up to intense monitoring by corporations and government spies. Is democracy at risk?
Next Wednesday we're launching a crowdsourced pro-privacy action plan packed with positive ideas about how to stop out-of-control surveillance, roll back Bill C-51, and restore our privacy rights.
Despite today's House of Commons vote, this fight is far from over.
Over 100 businesses, large and small, have joined the over 200,000 Canadians speaking out to #StopC51.
FINTRAC is a financial intelligence unit whose mandate and practice quietly touch just about every resident of the country -- raising major privacy concerns in the process.
We're flipping the script on a secret police bill the government is recklessly forcing through Parliament. Lend us your words.
A large and continually growing group of lawyers, activists and academics add their voices to the chorus of citizens concerned about the ramifications of Bill C-51.
We don't even know where to start on the number of problems with Bill C-51. Lend us your words so we can have the biggest impact.
Canada's Privacy Commissioner, Daniel Therrien, has sent a letter to the House Committee studying Bill C-51 saying it is far too broad and sweeping.
Our own Meghan Sali has been invited to present the pro-Internet community’s concerns about the government's new anti-privacy Bill S-4. What should she say?