“The internet is under attack here in Canada and if Stephen Harper gets his way with the “lawful access” bill, he will pave the way for big brother to have total control over everything we do online.” PressForTruth.ca
“Harper vowed to make this a reality within the first 100 days of his current reign and if he is successful this would be detrimental to the fundamental privacy rights that we currently have. Voice your concerns with your local representatives (especially if they are conservative MP’s) and we can put a stop to this very unlawful “lawful access” bill.”
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Link to original post: “unLawful Access” – Battle For The Net
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ABOUT PRESS FOR TRUTH
|Press For Truth is a team of videographers, investigative journalists and political activists. We do our best to expose the global elite and their plans for a new world order. My name is Dan Dicks and in 2006 I got the idea to start an alternative media group based in Toronto known as Press For Truth. Since then I’ve made a lot of contacts and great friends nationwide who are now part of the PFT team. Together we comprise an organization of dedicated patriots who are committed to covering issues which the mainstream media is not willing to touch. We write and distribute articles, we make documentary films and also videos for youtube in an effort to educate the public about a variety of issues.|
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