Monday, November 15, 2004


"CSIS has easy time getting warrants"

From the Globe and Mail:

Judges approve more than 99 per cent of the requests by CSIS to spy on people in Canada, according to records obtained by The Globe and Mail.

While the government says espionage is one of its most intrusive powers, records show that Federal Court judges almost never disagree with Canadian Security Intelligence Service agents who ask for permission to take extraordinary steps so they can discover more about suspected terrorists or foreign spies.

I didn't know they needed a permission. And even without one, who would know they're spying?
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