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Authorities in Canada have shown through inappropriate behaviour that the country nowhere near ready for warrantless electronic surveillance like the one proposed by Public Safety Minister Vic Toews earlier this year. Meanwhile, another report shows that our cell phone market is still closed and anti-competitive. For more, check out 

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