spying

From left: Haisla member in Kitimat; Enbridge protest, Josh Paterson

Observer exposé of domestic spying triggers federal hearings

The spying was revealed in documents obtained in 2013.
New York Times headquarters - NYC

New York Times writer credits Vancouver Observer investigation into oil sands spying

In a column called "Is Canada Tarring Itself?" - a famed US author links to Vancouver Observer's work exposing the Harper government's extensive spying of groups opposed to the oil sands.

Canada's spy watchdogs should not be acting as lobbyists

Many are expressing outrage now that the public has become aware that Chuck Strahl is acting as a lobbyist for Enbridge, the company hoping to build a controversial oil pipeline...

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...

Spying on you from a billion-dollar palace

CSEC HQ in Ottawa: Your tax dollars at work.

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.

Canadians shaping campaigns: Weekly news update from OpenMedia.ca

There's so much going on in Internet governance this week. OpenMedia has news about police lobby for warrantless online spying, the cell phone squeeze, and the SOPA blackout. Check it out: