Surveillance, Secret Trials and Bill C-59's Attack on the Charter

Surveillance, Secret Trials and Bill C-59's Attack on the Charter

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On this episode, guest Tim McSorley of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group explains how the National Security Act of 2017 (Bill C-59) creates the legal conditions for mass surveillance, legalizes cyberattacks by Canada’s Communications Security Establishment and allows for secret trials (with secret evidence) for anyone on the ‘no fly list’.

Plus: Tim provides a brief history of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and we explore the fundamental differences in how ... See More

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