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Bye, bye, privacy. Canada introduces online-spying bill

In all the headlines and stories being passed around about our neighbors to the south and the border with Mexico, we sometimes forget about our neighbors to the north, Canada. The citizens of that great country are also fighting the same battle against the Controllers  Trilateral Commission  plans of a North American Union in their steps towards World Denomination and control as the citizens of the World. . . EDITOR

from pakalert

Posted on on February 17, 2012

The Investigative Powers for the 21st Century Act (Bill C-51) is legislation that isn’t new to Canadian Parliament, but after a series of additions and other changes, lawmakers there are expected to begin discussion on it this week. If passed, law enforcement there will be able to monitor all Internet and telephone activity from anyone, anywhere in the country, without having to obtain a warrant.

According to the Calgary Herald out of the province of Alberta, a Conservative-majority government is likely to pass the bill.

Vic Toews, Canada’s minister of public safety, thinks the bill is necessary for the welfare of the nation. “We are proposing to bring to measure, to bring laws into the twenty-first century and provide police with the lawful tools that they need,” he pleads

Opponents of Toews, however, say that the bill will do far more harm than good. . . . Read Complete Report