Dems Echo GOP on Encryption

Dems Echo GOP on Encryption After Republican candidates recommended “closing up the Internet” and “penetrating the Internet” as tactics to preventing coordinations for domestic terrorist attacks, the Democratic Party candidates faced a question about privacy versus security of their own during Saturday night’s debate. In response to the a question on getting tech companies to […]

Election Day 

Today marks the end of a very long federal election campaign. Regardless of who wins, there will be changes. I hope that a revision of C-51 and efforts to improve cyber security and electronic warfare decence is part of that, as much as I hope consideration of mefloquine and its effects on our military personnel […]

The Opium and Tobacco Fields in Afghanistan, Human Slavery, and Tobacco Butts As a Road to Freedom

The Opium and Tobacco Fields in Afghanistan, Human Slavery, and Tobacco Butts As a Road to Freedom Human trafficking is the third most lucrative global enterprise in the world today, with children going missing approximately once every 22 seconds, and profits in the range of 333 billion dollar yearly, to serve as forced labourers, sex […]

Buckle Up

I really and honestly believe we as a nation need to have a discussion about dialogue and communications, particularly with the passing of Bill C-51. I have a lot of questions about that bill, particularly since it was written and passed apparently in conflict with the international http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/bill-c-51-not-in-keeping-with-canadas-international-obligations-un/article25642360/ policies regarding privacy and the right to […]