Internet Surveillance



My ISP, Bell Sympatico, has modified their “Service Agreement” so that they can monitor or investigate me “without limitation” and pass that information on to the government.

However, you agree that Your Service Provider reserves the right from time to time to monitor the Service electronically, monitor or investigate content or your use of Your Service Provider’s networks, including without limitation bandwidth consumption, and to disclose any information necessary to satisfy any laws, regulations or other governmental request from any applicable jurisdiction, or as necessary to operate the Service or to protect itself or others.

In The Globe and Mail, Michael Geist suggests that this signals that the Internet Surveillance Bill will be re-introduced.

One comment.

  1. Et tu, Canada?

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