“The government should not be looking at any of this information without justification, [or] a good reason to invade our privacy."
Experts say it might not be constitutional.
This is bigger than we thought.
Canada’s top cops have a facial recognition plan that flies in the face of privacy guidelines.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, Canadian police can search your phone and computer when they arrest you. Even if you're released without charge or trial.
News broke recently that CSEC, Canada's NSA, was testing out a spying program on thousands of travellers in a major Canadian airport in 2012. Now the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association and digital rights group OpenMedia are suing CSEC for...