I’ve been told that last tweet may have been a bit harsh. But if we can’t laugh at ourselves, who can we laugh at?
OTTAWA, June 13 (Reuters) – Canada’s constitution bars
authorities from forcing Internet providers to turn over the
identities of customers without a warrant, the Supreme Court
ruled on Friday in a decision that better protects online
Privacy advocates say the ruling makes unconstitutional a
Conservative government bill currently before Parliament that
would broaden the ability of police to monitor online traffic.
The legislation, which would amend existing laws covering search
warrants and other investigative techniques, is intended to
combat cyberbullying, but critics say it would allow excessive