Online spying, "foreign radicals" and faux patriotism: Conservatives bare draconian teeth - 2012-02-23

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F0.png Online spying, "foreign radicals" and faux patriotism: Conservatives bare draconian teeth February 23, 2012, David P. Ball, Vancouver Observer

"Let's not talk about statistics. Let's talk about danger."

Scary words from someone in charge of Canada's public safety.

Coming only days before Public Safety Minister Vic Toews lumped critics of his warrantless online spying bill with "child pornographers," many thought that global hacker group Anonymous went too far in leaking his divorce papers on Twitter.

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{{cite news | first = David P. | last = Ball | title = Online spying, "foreign radicals" and faux patriotism: Conservatives bare draconian teeth | url = https://www.vancouverobserver.com/obversations/2012/02/22/online-spying-foreign-radicals-and-faux-patriotism-conservatives-bare-their | work = Vancouver Observer | date = February 23, 2012 | accessdate = May 16, 2020 }}