Georgia Straight reports that more than 20 organizations convened in Vancouver to launch the Protect Our Privacy Coalition, a group of “citizens, experts, organizations and businesses” that “have come together to defend our right to privacy based on a common statement of principle.” Micheal Vonn, policy director for the BC Civil Liberties Association, says the group was formed in response to indications that Prime Minister Stephen Harper plans to implement sections of Bill C-30, commonly known as the online surveillance bill, and OpenMedia.ca Executive Director Steve Anderson points to revelations about spying by Communications Security Establishment Canada.
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