Canadian Privacy And Rights Abuses In Question19/06/2012 22:59
The Harper government has backed off on plans to install listening devices at Canadian airports and border crossings amidst serious privacy concerns according to The Star. Meanwhile the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is criticizing Quebec's Bill 78, a new law that imposes strict limits on student protests.
Harper government backs down on plans to eavesdrop on travellers' conversations:
UN Calls Quebec's Bill 78 Alarming:
Quebec Premier Jean Charest bristles after UN expresses chagrin over terms of Bill 78:
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