As criticism of Bill C-13 mounts, the government’s sales strategy for its latest lawful access bill is starting to unravel.
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Good news for the Canadian internet today. The Conservative government is pulling the plug on Bill C-30, the infamous online surveillance bill that would have allowed law enforcement access to the telephone and internet records of citizens without any warrants.
Canada’s favourite walrus Vic Toews says Bill C-30, the warrantless spying bill that a majority of the country rejected, would help the investigation into the gruesome body parts murder.