When it Comes to Internet Privacy, Most Canadians say Individual Rights (59%) Trump the Needs of Society and Law Enforcement (22%)

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Ottawa, ON – When it comes to Internet privacy, most Canadians are in favour of protecting the rights of individuals over those of society. When asked to choose which of two statements is closest to their own personal opinion, three in five Canadians (59%) say that, to protect individuals, Internet service providers should not be...

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When it Comes to Internet Privacy, Most Canadians say Individual Rights (59%) Trump the Needs of Society and Law Enforcement (22%)

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