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Submission + - In the new Canada, the web browses you (nationalpost.com)

psema4 writes: "FTA: "This fall, legislatures in both Canada and the U.S. are set to vote on bills that would force private Internet service providers (ISPs) to store information about their customers, in order to allow the government to spy on its citizens."

The most disturbing part to my mind is that, in Canada "The so-called 'lawful access' legislation would force ISPs to disclose customer information to the government on demand and without obtaining a warrant."

The "West" is increasingly becoming the very thing our forefathers fought to protect us from — for our own safety, of course."

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