Bill C-13

Canadian ISPs Take Stance Against Data Collection

Several ISPs in Canada have taken a stance against data collection from government authorities by making a number of changes to their policies. Providers such as Rogers and Telus have stated that they will no longer hand over data without a warrant granted. The moves follow a Supreme Court ruling last month that stated that Read More


Canadian Experts Fighting Cyberbullying Bill’s Anti-Privacy Features

Privacy experts in Canada are raising concerns over a new anti-cyberbullying bill that could allow police to access user phone data or track their location. Bill C-13 has been described as having “very little to do with cyberbullying” by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA). The bill will expand the powers of the police, says Read More