Canadian gov't: you have no expectation of privacy on the Internet


Thu, Jul 2nd, 2009 09:51 by capnasty NEWS

The courts have ruled that this isn't private information. Canadians have no legitimate expectation of privacy when they use the Internet, not when it comes to your name, address, cell phone number, etc.



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