Online Surveillance Measures And Privacy Concerns

Online surveillance has been considered as a measure to assist police enforcement and spy agencies. Privacy flags have been raised however and have cautioned against the use of the online surveillance proposals. The Canadian government has been considering a proposal that will force Internet providers to rewire their networks for easy surveillance by police and spy agencies.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Is there an international treaty to deal with cybercrime issues?
What amendments has Canada considered for the adoption of the Convention?
Does the United States have comparable plan in place?
Would online surveillance be supported in the United States?


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