Canada’s Anti-terrorism Act: An Unjustified Limitation of Freedom of Information and Privacy Rights

This is FIPA's submission to the Commons Sub-Committee on Public Safety and National Security, which was undertaking a review of the Anti-Terrorism Act. FIPA was critical of many aspects, including security certificates, lowered standards for warrants, and called for the changes to be rolled back.

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produced by
BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
produced in
2005
resource type
reports & documents
tags
access to information, privacy rights, surveillance