Privacy commissioners concerned about lawful access
Briefs | 05/11/2011 9:21 pm EDT
Canada’s privacy commissioners say they are concerned that government electronic crime bills will diminish Canadians’ privacy rights, reduce judicial scrutiny and more easily allow for state surveillance and scrutiny of individuals.
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