Bell Sympatico’s “monitoring” announcement has privacy advocates worried – Public debate, scrutiny sought on Internet surveillance bill

In its new service agreement, which took effect June 15, Bell Sympatico told customers it “reserves the right from time to time to monitor the Service electronically, monitor or investigate content or the use of the Service Provider’s networks.”

Bell Sympatico, the statement went on to say, would “disclose any information necessary to satisfy any laws, regulations or other government request.”

More in the article….

And this isn’t another step toward Big Brother? Hmmmm.

Thanks James for the heads up on this one!

Comments on: "Bell Sympatico’s “monitoring” announcement has privacy advocates worried" (1)

  1. Pretty simple privacy policy they must have: You ain’t got none.

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