privacy

UBC shouldn't have announced Steven Galloway suspension: faculty association

Galloway had a legal right to privacy regarding matters pertaining to his employment status, says faculty association president Mark Mac Lean.

Privacy commissioner alerts RCMP, claims B.C. employee gave false testimony

Commisioner says it's likely that Transport Ministry assistant George Gretes lied under oath.
Stephen Harper and Canadian armed forces

Bill C-51 could be the biggest bait and switch Canada has ever seen: opinion

Bill C-51 may end up being the biggest bait and switch in the history of Canada.

Surveillance Trojan Horse or Big Brother in disguise?

Last week saw the announcement of dangerous new online spying legislation - supposedly aimed at tackling the serious issue of cyberbullying. According to legal experts, Bill C-13...

A Pro-Internet Top 10 To Do List for James Moore

A Pro-Internet Top 10 To Do List for James Moore

Personal information at risk as spying agencies tap the cloud

The move towards the security and efficiency of data-sharing and cloud-based computing is at risk as increased government surveillance exploits access to our data

Snowden spying revelations vindicate ten years of NSA whistleblowing

Edward Snowden is the most recent in a long line of NSA whistleblowers who have been warning about warrantless online spying for over ten years.

Civil liberties, pro-democracy, privacy rights, and open Internet groups call for answers on secret government spying program

Broad range of civil liberties and pro-privacy groups demand answers from Canada's government after spying revelations.

Harper's Canada: Fact sheets exploring Conservative government policy

To help Canadians understand what's been going on in our federal government, here's your guide to our series of cheat sheets on today's Conservative politics.