Canadian Gov. Working With U.S. to Rebrand Internet Surveillance / Warrantless Search Legislation
Note: Listen to the number of Freudian slips Harper makes when NOT TALKING about world government, errr governance.
Bill C30, the sweeping Canadian warrantless Internet surveillance bill, is back from the dead. Public Safety Minister Vic Toews (who declared that opposition to his bill was tantamount to support for pedophiles) has been working behind the scenes to resurrect his legislation, joining forces with the US government in the name of “perimeter security.” This proposed deal would expand the warrantless surveillance to US authorities, who could also access Canadians’ private information.