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    From The Millionaire@VERT/PARKAVE to All on Wed Feb 15 13:24:06 2012
    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That means privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP which could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?

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  • From echicken@VERT/ECBBS to The Millionaire on Wed Feb 15 16:48:01 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 13:24:06

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That means privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP whic could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?

    I haven't been following this as closely as I might, although I've been trying to get caught up on it. I would prefer that warrants continue to be required for this sort of thing. If the process of obtaining warrants is too slow or cumbersome, perhaps that could be addressed in some way other than simply doing away with it entirely.

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  • From Deuce@VERT/SYNCNIX to The Millionaire on Thu Feb 16 09:11:38 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 01:24 pm

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That
    means privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP which could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on
    this?

    Well, "laws" are "what the government says" so it wouldn't break any privacy laws. I think it's an insane burden on the smaller ISPs, and I expect it to be
    abused at least as often as it is used for the intended purpose.

    On the other hand, I doubt it would ever impact my life in any way.

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  • From Boraxman@VERT/MSRDBBS to echicken on Fri Feb 17 22:55:16 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: echicken to The Millionaire on Wed Feb 15 2012 04:48 pm

    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 13:24:06

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That me privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP w could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?

    I haven't been following this as closely as I might, although I've been tryi to get caught up on it. I would prefer that warrants continue to be require for this sort of thing. If the process of obtaining warrants is too slow or cumbersome, perhaps that could be addressed in some way other than simply do away with it entirely.

    echicken
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    Gerald Celente predicted this, among other nasty things oging to happen in
    the next few years.

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  • From The Millionaire@VERT/PARKAVE to Boraxman on Fri Feb 17 12:46:09 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: Boraxman to echicken on Fri Feb 17 2012 10:55 pm

    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: echicken to The Millionaire on Wed Feb 15 2012 04:48 pm

    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 13:24:06

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCM could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?

    I haven't been following this as closely as I might, although I've been t to get caught up on it. I would prefer that warrants continue to be requ for this sort of thing. If the process of obtaining warrants is too slow cumbersome, perhaps that could be addressed in some way other than simply away with it entirely.

    echicken
    electronic chicken bbs - bbs.electronicchicken.com - 416-273-7230

    Gerald Celente predicted this, among other nasty things oging to happen in the next few years.

    That means all Police and Politicians will be monitored as well as organizations like CSIS because this becomes a generalized bill which doesn't explicitly that NO one is exempt from it.

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  • From thinktank@VERT/INLANDUT to The Millionaire on Sun Feb 19 16:30:18 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 01:24 pm

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That means privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP whic could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?
    force a no confidence vote?
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  • From The Millionaire@VERT/PARKAVE to thinktank on Sun Feb 19 18:56:51 2012
    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: thinktank to The Millionaire on Sun Feb 19 2012 04:30 pm

    Re: Online Surveillancing
    By: The Millionaire to All on Wed Feb 15 2012 01:24 pm

    The Prime Minister hopes to pass a bill on Online Surveillancing. That me privacy laws will be broken at all levels including Government and RCMP w could cause a country wide chaos. What arew you thoughts on this?
    force a no confidence vote?
    Matt Munson ~ Ontario California ~ http://www.inlandutopia.com

    How about a split vote in Parliament. I'd like to see Harper divide his own Government Cabinet Members let alone the country.

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