Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Privacy International, one of the world's leading privacy organizations, last year released the results of a multi-year investigation into the shadowy world of the commercial surveillance industry. Dubbed "Big Brother Inc.," the investigation placed the spotlight on dozens of companies that specialize in covert surveillance technologies that are typically sold directly to governments and law enforcement agencies.
While governments in Asia and the Middle East have provided a ready market for technologies that can monitor Internet activities, Canada's new online surveillance legislation features provisions that appear to open the door to bringing such tools here...[Full Article]
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