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 November 21, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Martin C. Barry  reports:

The NDP is sounding the alarm over a proposed new electronic communications monitoring law, which could end up giving police the power to track the geographical movements of people, while possibly also allowing them to freely scrutinize e-mail, without first having a warrant.

Charlie Angus, the party’s MP for Timmins-James Bay who is also the NDP’s critic for information access and protection of privacy, was in Montreal on Nov. 3 to take part in a forum on communications surveillance. It dealt extensively with the proposed legislation.

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