said by mlerner:
Since there's no laws about browser injection.
Then what are the feds using to prosecute hackers when they do man in the middle attacks?
Or redirect users to webpages that are not what they wanted?(DNS hijacks).
Or the latest with that Apple trojan that displays injected ads on webpages?
I don't let the Walmart employees add stuff to my cart so they can increase sales.
I lightly shove crazies out of the way when they try to force their literature on me.
Bloody Sheeples! Quit bending over for the corporations.
OP, contact the CRTC and say that someone(employee) at Rogers hacked your internet connection. Carbon Copy your complaint to the useless media of Canada and see if you can raise enough shit.
The RCMP also has a cyber division(out of Alberta?), so try contacting them as well. Maybe harassment, stalking, wire-tapping, invasion of privacy as a basic charge?
The more the merrier.