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Nat’l security committee recommends status quo for lawful access

News | 05/02/2017 7:11 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Members of a House of Commons committee studying Canada’s national security framework said they weren’t compelled to increase the ability of law enforcement to obtain subscriber data following their review, instead recommending the status quo.

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