A new Canadian law will oblige internet service providers to install equipment allowing police to patrol anyone’s internet usage, without the need for a warrant.
Torture, citizen surveillance, the criminalization of dissent – I guess we needed to shake off that lame international reputation of being the good guys. I’ll be fascinated to see how low Canada falls.
(Tweet I saw today: “The long-form census: a gross abuse of privacy. Requiring ISPs to monitor and record your Internet activity: no problem.”)