Think police should have access to YOUR Internet and cell phone records without a warrant? Join Andrew Cash, MP for Davenport, Ron Deibert, Steve Anderson, MP Charlie Angus and Jesse Hirsh.
This is what we've been waiting for. Together we've stopped Big Telecom's plan to impose usage-based billing (Internet metering) on all Canadians.
Lindsey Pinto and Adam Webb
Canadians who have called on the government to stop online spying have been labelled as confused and distracted.
The tide has turned against Big Telecom, and now they appear to be willing to cheat to hold onto their control of the telecom market and your wallet.
The CRTC announced six key measures on vertical integration in the telecom-media-Internet industries, but there are at least two big elephants in the room.
Under the intense pressure of a 70,000+ signature petition, the government has omitted "Lawful Access" (Online Spying) bills from the larger omnibus crime legislation announced this week.
A new video on Internet spying by OpenMedia.ca. Sign the petition at: http://stopspying.ca.
Legislation, if passed, will allow a range of 'authorities' to use the Internet (including mobile devices) to collect our private information without a warrant.
He's baaack!: Stockwell joins the telecoms boom...
Where do ex-politicians go when they retire? It would appear that they take up sinecure amongst the boards of directors at Canada's leading telecom-media-Internet (TMI) companies.