Saturday, March 29, 2014
ISPs handing over private information to spy agencies
The Huffington Post is reporting that a new report says Canada's Internet service providers are being less than forthcoming about how they handle customer information — including whether they routinely hand personal data to spy agencies. Global states that the report comes as parliament debates a new bill that could change data sharing in Canada. Another bill violating the Canadian Charter of Rights that throws away civil liberty while the nation sleeps. PRISM is PROMIS.
Schafer & Waiser: Say no to government spying