Category national security
We’re calling for transparency on Bill C-51
Over 30 civil society organizations and experts have signed a joint letter calling on the government to restore trust in the commitment to respond to Canadians’ concerns over mass surveillance
C-51 Public Consultations in Vancouver: Round 2
It’s not a deja vu – it’s really happening. A second round of National Security consultations is on its way to Vancouver, so let’s show up en masse and make a memorable appearance!
Despite flaws, the government’s security consultation finally gives us a real chance to repeal Bill C-51
A long-awaited public consultation on national security is finally here and although it is not as focused towards public concerns, we must make the best of it.
Privacy Commissioner’s Annual Report confirms that the system is broken
Privacy Commissioner’s findings underscore the need for a complete repeal of Bill C-51 and an end to the bulk collection of Canadians’ metadata
New report reveals potential extent of invasive Stingray phone surveillance in Canada
We’re calling on Public Safety Minister Goodale to address this blatant violation of Canadians' Charter rights in the government's security consultation
National security consultation opens door to repealing Bill C-51 but framing of issues raises concerns
Launched following pressure from over 300,000 Canadians, government consultation focuses more on concerns of police than needs of public.
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