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Proposed bill allowing police phone and Internet snooping under fierce debate

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posted on Nov, 17 2012 @ 12:09 AM
Vic Toews, suspected pedophile (exposed that he married his children's babysitter) and Canadian MP is moving forward again with Bill c-30. In classic Conservative fashion, the Harper government has renamed the legislation and is trying to pass the same "no warrant" access to internet information, under pressure from the RCMP.

In recent weeks, Canada’s police chiefs have launched an aggressive campaign – using online videos, Twitter blasts and letters to the editor – to jumpstart discussion about controversial Bill C-30.

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