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Where you've been on Net not private, judge rules

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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 11:31 AM
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Where you've been on Net not private, judge rules


www.nationalpost.com

An Ontario Superior Court ruling could open the door to police routinely using Internet Protocol addresses to find out the names of people online, without any need for a search warrant.

Justice Lynne Leitch found that there is "no reasonable expectation of privacy" in subscriber information kept by Internet service providers (ISPs), in a decision issued earlier this week.

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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 11:31 AM
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Awesome. Looks like Canada is falling right in line with the surveillance state garbage proliferating everywhere else.

Yeah, I BET they're only looking for "child pornographers"...

Nice way in the back door to snoop on EVERYONE.

TPTB are doing everything they can to control the last bastion of freedom of information---the internet. Once they control that through these types of intimidation tactics, then they control the very flow of information available to those not buying into the MSM propaganda and useless garbage being fed to them.

This is bad news...

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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 11:43 AM
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Of course they are "Only" looking for kiddie porn users. Why? Cause anyone who doesn't get behind them on that is labeled a pedo protector. The problem with the knee jerk reaction like that is once a door is opened it can't be unopened. giving them the power towatch EVERYONE



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