CSEC believes the glorious act of Canadian democracy is under threat from nefarious foreign actors, but they refuse to accept that the system itself is the problem.
Our own Victoria Henry argues that Canadians deserve better than Bill C-51 -- we deserve our privacy back.
Instead of questioning the mandates and core practices of secretive, unaccountable security agencies, efforts are underway to save the system by putting up some nice-looking window dressing.
Canada's 2015 federal election is shaping up to be a decisive contest, with Canadians' fundamental freedoms on the line.
Over 100 businesses, large and small, have joined the over 200,000 Canadians speaking out to #StopC51.
Law-abiding Internet users who use popular and file-hosting services are now finding themselves under the government's microscope.
Harper stated that the government is "looking at additional powers to make sure security agencies have the range of tools available." But what will these powers actually do?
Canadians from coast to coast have been writing letters to their local papers, letting politicians know that we don't want increased online surveillance.
Glenn Greenwald spoke Saturday at an event in Ottawa. Before his lecture he was interviewed by rabble.ca's Amira Elghawaby. Here's their conversation.
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke in Ottawa on Saturday, and rabble.ca video livestreamed the event.