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 June 11, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Tom Godfrey reports:

G20 protesters say their phone calls, e-mails and texts are being monitored by CSIS agents.

And protesters claim there have been at least 28 incidents in which organizers have had CSIS officers show up at their doors seeking interviews and trying to intimidate them.

With the Toronto summit just two weeks away, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service has escalated domestic surveillance, sources said.

The agency can obtain court orders under national security provisions to examine mail, faxes, texts and e-mails, a CSIS official said.

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