Nov 052012
 
 November 5, 2012  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Online

The Canadian Press reports:

The Conservative government’s widely criticized online surveillance legislation may be on the back burner, but another bill that would expand police access to Internet users’ data is about to resurface.

Bill C-12 would make it easier for Internet service providers, email hosts and social media sites to voluntarily share personal information about customers with authorities, possibly including private security firms.

Read more on The Province.

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