The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police has called on the government to revive the invasive Online Spying Bill C-30, granting warrantless access to the private data of citizens.     Law-abiding Canadians shouldn't have to compromise their online security and privacy. If our police chiefs and government want to target criminals, they need to start over in crafting legislation for that purpose. Speak out at http://StopSpying.ca.

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For more info on today’s latest developments, check out http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/cse-tracks-millions-of-downloads-daily-snowden-documents-1.2930120

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Speak out against the invasive Internet provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership at http://StopTheTrap.net

Speak out against the invasive Internet provisions of the Trans-Pacific Partnership at http://StopTheTrap.net

Most Canadians do not want to give up their privacy rights, so why is the government trying to set up a secret police force with Bill C-51? Source: EKOS Poll http://www.ekospolitics.com/wp-content/…/20150306_slide9.jpg Join a C-51 event in your area: http://we.leadnow.ca/stopc51-om

Most Canadians do not want to give up their privacy rights, so why is the government trying to set up a secret police force with Bill C-51? Source: EKOS Poll http://www.ekospolitics.com/wp-content/…/20150306_slide9.jpg Join a C-51 event in your area: http://we.leadnow.ca/stopc51-om

Tell Trudeau it's time to talk C-51 before new legislation is introduced: http://om4.me/ZJz

Tell Trudeau it's time to talk C-51 before new legislation is introduced: http://om4.me/ZJz

Canada has a privacy problem, and we have a plan to fix it. A crowdsourced pro-privacy report with suggestions from 125,000 Canadians on how to roll back C-51 and restore our privacy rights.  Watch and share our video to force Ottawa to implement this plan and respect privacy in Canada! PrivacyPlan.ca/Video

Canada has a privacy problem, and we have a plan to fix it. A crowdsourced pro-privacy report with suggestions from 125,000 Canadians on how to roll back C-51 and restore our privacy rights. Watch and share our video to force Ottawa to implement this plan and respect privacy in Canada! PrivacyPlan.ca/Video

The Globe and Mail is concerned about what it describes as new “secret police” being brought in by Canada’s new spying legislation. This follows shocking revelations that the government is sharing our data with foreign governments. Canadians should be freaking out right now. Learn more: https://openmedia.org/spyonus/?src=pin

The Globe and Mail is concerned about what it describes as new “secret police” being brought in by Canada’s new spying legislation. This follows shocking revelations that the government is sharing our data with foreign governments. Canadians should be freaking out right now. Learn more: https://openmedia.org/spyonus/?src=pin

Yesterday the government tried to ram through a bill granting immunity to telecom providers who hand over your private info without a warrant. Today, an expert report highlights just how far telecom providers have to go to be more transparent about how they protect our private information. Are Canadian telecoms keeping Internet users in the Know or in the Dark? Learn more at: bit.ly/1dOMd3X

Infographic / report - the data privacy transparency of Canadian internet service providers - LBSZone

February 16 marks the one-year anniversary of the #TellVicEverything Twitter campaign which saw thousands of Canadians voicing their opposition to the government's online spying Bill C-30 - leading to its defeat. Tomorrow, let’s celebrate our win and call on the government to make a pro-privacy commitment to end threats to our online privacy: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/1236-feb16th-tellviceverything-day. Onward!

February 16 marks the one-year anniversary of the #TellVicEverything Twitter campaign which saw thousands of Canadians voicing their opposition to the government's online spying Bill C-30 - leading to its defeat. Tomorrow, let’s celebrate our win and call on the government to make a pro-privacy commitment to end threats to our online privacy: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/1236-feb16th-tellviceverything-day. Onward!

As other countries make progress reining in secret spying, Canada is moving in the wrong direction. Help us fight back: https://OpenMedia.ca/Spyonus?src=pin

As other countries make progress reining in secret spying, Canada is moving in the wrong direction. Help us fight back: https://OpenMedia.ca/Spyonus?src=pin

Secret police. Dragnet surveillance. Sweeping new spy powers. Learn more here: https://openmedia.org/spyonus?src=pin

Secret police. Dragnet surveillance. Sweeping new spy powers. Learn more here: https://openmedia.org/spyonus?src=pin

Oh Peter, will you never learn?

Oh Peter, will you never learn?

We're taking a bite out of online spying, thanks to you!

We're taking a bite out of online spying, thanks to you!

Thousands of Canadians have spoken out against this government's attempts to police the Internet. Now, the Supreme Court and dozens of privacy experts, including the government's own hand-picked Privacy Commissioner, are telling Defence Minsiter Peter MacKay to go back to the drawing board with his Online Spying Bill C-13. Do you think MacKay will listen? Enough is enough, SHARE this image and speak out at https://OpenMedia.ca/DefendPrivacy

Thousands of Canadians have spoken out against this government's attempts to police the Internet. Now, the Supreme Court and dozens of privacy experts, including the government's own hand-picked Privacy Commissioner, are telling Defence Minsiter Peter MacKay to go back to the drawing board with his Online Spying Bill C-13. Do you think MacKay will listen? Enough is enough, SHARE this image and speak out at https://OpenMedia.ca/DefendPrivacy

The numbers are in: huge majorities in every province from coast to coast disapprove of the government's online spying Bill C-13. What do you think the government should do to address Canada's growing privacy deficit?

The numbers are in: huge majorities in every province from coast to coast disapprove of the government's online spying Bill What do you think the government should do to address Canada's growing privacy deficit?

We've launched a new tool to help you find out what your telecom provider knows about you, and if they've shared your private information with government. Please SHARE this infographic with your friends, and take a few moments to use our tool at https://OpenMedia.ca/MyInfo

We've launched a new tool to help you find out what your telecom provider knows about you, and if they've shared your private information with government. Please SHARE this infographic with your friends, and take a few moments to use our tool at https://OpenMedia.ca/MyInfo

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