All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Vic Toews’

Anonymous Threatens Vic Toews Again

The war between Vic Toews and Anonymous over Bill C-30 isn’t over just yet, even if the bill was put on hold for the time being. Anonymous posted a new video today calling attention to a report from CBC News detailing the story of a former Liberal Research Bureau employee who used Twitter to attack Vic Toews. The Twitter handle …

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Canadian Anti-Privacy Bill Delayed After Public Outcry

We reported a few weeks ago on Bill C-30, a Canadian bill introduced that would essentially allow the state to spy on Internet users. The EFF is reporting that the bill is now on pause after an enormous public outcry from its citizens. The protests consisted of the usual antics that were used during the SOPA/PIPA protests in the U.S. …

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Anonymous Threatens Vic Toews Over C-30

Anonymous seems to pick a lot of targets these days that they feel are deserving of their unique brand of Internet vigilantism. Their latest target – Canadian Public Safety Minister Vic Toews. We reported last Tuesday that Toews introduced C-30 – a bill that would require ISPs to collect information on citizens that would be accessible by the authorities at …

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Canadian Anti-Privacy Bill Is Just Like H.R. 1981

Canadian Conservatives are trying to push through a new network monitoring bill and anybody who opposes such a blatant attack on privacy are said to be supporters of child pornography. The Globe and Mail reports that Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is set to introduce Lawful Access legislation into the House of Commons today. Now that the Conservatives have the …

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