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Online spying hits Parliament: weekly news update from OpenMedia.ca

This week's update is all about the new warrantless online spying bill. This legislation targets all Canadians, and would create a giant, unsecure, expensive data registry.

This debate comes at a time when the internet is under siege from another bill, Copyright Bill C-11, but Canadians are pushing back harder than ever through petitions like the ones at StopSpying.ca and InternetLockdown.ca.

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