Saturday, July 08, 2006

Canadian Bar Association Worried About ISP Surveillance

The Canadian Bar Association appears concerned that Internet service providers have been putting into place the technical capacity to monitor their customers' communications without proper authorization.

The Association has sent a public letter on the subject to the federal Minister of Justice.

University of Ottawa law professor Michael Geist published a related post concerning amendments to the Bell Sympatico customer agreement that people fear opens the door to greater surveillance of users.

This is all linked to discussions about lawful access, the lawful interception of communications as well as search and seizure of information by law enforcement agencies.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 2:28 pm


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