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Canada's spy agency was worried for staff's safety after Snowden leaks

OTTAWA – Canada’s secret eavesdropping agency feared for the personal safety of staff following the leak of sensitive intelligence by a former U.S. spy contractor, newly declassified memos show. 777 more words

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Every laptop, cellphone user in Canada deserves compensation from spy agency: civil rights group

VANCOUVER – Anyone who has used a cellphone, smartphone, laptop or tablet in Canada over the past 13 years deserves payment or other remedies for potentially having their privacy rights violated, says a proposed class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court. 474 more words

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CSEC Document Reveals Suspected France Intelligence Spyware "Babar"

03/21/2014

LeMonde 1/2 (Google Translation):

Victim posture displayed by France since the revelations about the activities of the NSA against him is likely to be less credible.  1,887 more words

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Whistleblower Prompts CSEC Investigation: Uncovers Misuse of Public Assets, Serious Ethics Breaches

03/16/2014

Jim Bronskill/CanadianPress:

An investigation at Canada’s secretive eavesdropping agency has uncovered misuse of public assets and “serious breaches” of the spy outfit’s values and ethics code. 581 more words

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Local MPs should demand answers from CSEC

Re: Probe at cyberspy agency CSEC uncovers wrongdoing, ethics breaches, The Canadian Press, March 16.

The latest word on CSEC, as reported by the CBC, should make people start to wake up and wonder just exactly what is going on with our government. 222 more words

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Opening a Black Box: Why We Need to Demand Accountability from Our Spy Agencies

This week on the PPGR we are talking Big Data in the lead up to this year’s Ford+SPPG Conference, an annual academic policy event between the SPPG and the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. 1,629 more words

Canada

Spy agency uncovers 'serious breaches'

OTTAWA – Opposition MP’s say Canada’s eavesdropping agency isn’t being open enough with Canadians.

They point to Communications Security Establishment Canada‘s admission of an internal misuse of public assets. 140 more words

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