Bill C‑44 is a systematic attempt by the Harper government to circumvent the limits Canadian courts have placed on its investigative and surveillance powers, through legislative amendments.
Canadians from coast to coast have been writing letters to their local papers, letting politicians know that we don't want increased online surveillance.
Glenn Greenwald spoke Saturday at an event in Ottawa. Before his lecture he was interviewed by rabble.ca's Amira Elghawaby. Here's their conversation.
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.
We released a video about abuses at CSEC, and it's already having a huge influence on decision-makers. We need your help to spread the word even further.
OpenMedia's David Christopher has been invited to speak to MLAs at a key meeting of the BC Legislature’s Special Committee to review provincial privacy rules on Monday, September 8.
Canadians are tired of hearing tired and discredited government talking points when it comes to surveillance.
Canadians are having their lives destroyed because of this government's failure to respect their privacy.
The government has mismanaged the privacy rights of Canadians and it's time for a new approach.
Facebook is Lucy, and we the users are Charlie Brown. How many times are we going to fall for that old trick with the football?