Thursday, November 28, 2013

Peter MacKay either lied or is too lazy to read his own bill

MacKay in his usual "Airshow" bluster told the House of Commons that even if internet service providers were voluntarily cooperating with law enforcement by retaining and sharing YOUR personal information that a warrant would still be required.

Just like Vic Toews before him, it appears MacKay has not read and does not understand the clear wording of the proposed legislation he tabled.

Michael Geist has the details.

1 comment:

West End Bob said...

Typical reformaTory action. Don't bother your pretty little head with the details and the legality of something. Just tell 'em what you think they wanna hear.

crapola . . . .