Canada Bill C-59 Claims to Correct Privacy Abuses — It Actually Makes Them Much Worse

Canadian civil liberties advocates are sounding the alarm over government Bill C-59, a legislative act that purportedly corrects past intelligence-gathering and cyber-operations abuses but in actuality does quite the opposite. C-59 was originally introduced to address criticisms of the infamous Bill C-51, better known as the Anti-terrorism Act, which gave intelligence agencies broad powers but … Continue reading “Canada Bill C-59 Claims to Correct Privacy Abuses — It Actually Makes Them Much Worse”

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