Public Safety Claims Telecom Ownership Liberalization a National Security Threat

Fresh off Bill C-30, the Internet surveillance legislation, Public Safety Canada now says that opening the Canadian telecom market to foreign ownership “would pose a considerable risk to public safety and national security.”


  1. Nice twist. Hey lets make the foreigners looking into giving us cheap wireless look bad so it takes away attention from us trying to rape and circumvent democracy.

  2. Interesting. On one hand we protest again “lawful access” by our own government on the other hand some “cheap” wireless sponsored by a foreign secret service would be OK?