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 June 13, 2014  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Sean Fine reports:

Canadians have a right to anonymity on the Internet, and as a general rule police are not permitted to disrupt that anonymity by asking Internet companies for information on their customers without a judge’s authorization, the Supreme Court said in a ruling Friday.

“Anonymity is an important safeguard for privacy interests online,” Justice Thomas Cromwell wrote for a unanimous court.

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