Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety and along with Prime Minister Steven Harper, one of the main proponents, of Bill C-30.
There are also calls for his resignation, also in relations to his personal life.
I am talking about the new bill, C-30, that was introduced, recently, by the Canadian parliament, that also has the public in an up roar, because of its broad powers, given to the police, for conducting online surveillance, without even a warrant.
Bill c-30 would now require that the internet providers, along with telephone providers, to also cooperate, with the police and to provide for an infrastructure, where the police could gather information, about anyone of their users, even if they are using an anonymous identity, to the police, for their investigation, or for other purposes. With this access given to the police, th…