A perfect storm of spy agency surveillance, privacy-undermining legislation, and lax privacy safeguards at government departments sparked concern from citizens right across the political spectrum.
Highlights from the Blogs this week
Last week, I started a series about the different ways sexism is impacting girls and women today and how feminism can be utilized to help them. This post is about cyber-misogyny.
Canadians from coast to coast have been writing letters to their local papers, letting politicians know that we don't want increased online surveillance.
How much does it concern you that your emails, texts, social media and phone calls might be monitored? Probably a lot, right?
In a unanimous decision the court has given a strong endorsement of Internet privacy, underscoring the importance of privacy for subscriber information, the right to anonymity and more.
The Conservative government's two recent decisions regarding privacy issues have raised concerns for many Canadians about the safekeeping of personal information and the future of privacy rights.
Canadians haven't given up on digital privacy. But the Canadian government sure has!
With the government moving toward more warrantless disclosure and telecom companies hiding their practices, Canadian privacy is getting worse. Here are five ways to restore the balance.
New privacy legislation does nothing to protect Canadians from out-of-control government spying.