Recent reports in the media indicate that Canada is in the process of building a mega complex for the Communication Security Establishment (CSE), the agency that spies on overseas communications.
Why are so many popular smartphone apps spying on your phone calls? Time to uninstall them and let them know why!
Guest of honour Barack Obama showed up at George Clooney's cool crash pad fresh from a celebratory touchdown in Kabul where he bragged about "taking out" dozens of alleged national security threats.
Three targeted Americans: A career government intelligence official, a filmmaker and a hacker. None of these U.S. citizens was charged with a crime, but they have been tracked, surveilled, detained.
Community members showed up at the offices of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in Montreal yesterday morning, intent on engaging in an action called "profile the profilers."
Our G20 report includes updates from the May 2010 police slaying of Junior Manon and his family's quest for justice, the call for police accountability and a crackdown on another anti-police blogger.
Think police should have access to your Internet and cell phone records without a warrant? Watch the (Un)lawful Access Townhall Meeting.
Council of Canadians
RCMP records obtained under freedom of information legislation reveal a disturbing relationship between the national police force and corporations.
If you want to give your kids a sense of the Cold War, take them to a council meeting at city hall. Look for Giorgio Mammoliti.
The Canadian government claims that a new bill before Parliament will protect our privacy. Steve Anderson of OpenMedia.ca disagrees.