said by sbrook:
Morisato, you think the TPIAs aren't pursuing this? There are lots of things that at this time though do have higher priority. Look at all the people here clamouring for speed matching and no caps. You can be sure that the TPIAs are talking about how to deal with these things. It just is going to take time.
There's a thousand different ways I could attack that statement but won't. Protecting Canadians against unwarrented search and seizure should be a top priority especially at the ISP level.
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It's also a Charter right. The EU has quite strongly threatened their telecom industry and private sector with regulations regarding citizens privacy:
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If it's going to continue not being a priority for ISPs, it may be rammed down the throat of those not on board. Glad Distibutel has directly stood up. If others don't follow, I would expect the feds to follow up with regulation in the future with possible severe penalties on those that do not take their customers privacy as a priority. My prediction anyway.
Lets set the priorities in digital policy before we look at how screwed the industry is because of regulations that had no consumer input. Privacy is a very big issue and priority especially for MEP's right now and soon for us as well. The CRTC in recent months has seemed to have changed, opening it's doors and advertising for public input. The other issues will be dealt with in the near future. Privacy is a federal issue. I would suspect law makers in Canada are looking very closely on what TSI does right now.--
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