Online spying, and where MPs stand on the issue: update from

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OpenMedia has just launched a new tool that will let MPs show that they stand with Canada against warrantless online spying, and we're asking Canadians to visit to send a message about it to their local politicians. The online spying bill still has yet to enter the Committee stage, which is where changes can be made, so now is the perfect time for Canadians to give their input.

At the same time, the copyright bill is passing through Committee, and Big Media is continuing to push for strange and invasive powers. Learn more in this week's update.

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