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Submission + - Canadian Government introduces a new, different "unlawfull access" law (

davecb writes: "The Canadian Government may be shying away from the "lawful access" bill, but the same changes showed up in the new privacy act amendments. Someone with proper authority other than a warrant can ask and receive your confidential information from your ISP. The bill contains a lot more, and rather looks like a systematic attempt to lower privacy standards in the name of privacy, as described in the article Bill C-12: Safeguarding Canadians' Personal Information Act – Eroding Privacy in the Name of Privacy, at the Slaw legal blog."
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Canadian Government introduces a new, different "unlawfull access" law

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