NCCM – Hate crimes are defined as any criminal offence in which there was a bias against: race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or any other similar factor. Another category of hate crimes includes hate propaganda: advocating genocide and/or public incitement of hatred and willful promotion of hatred. A hate ‘incident’ is any behaviour that is motivated by bias against a victim’s race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability or sexual orientation, but is not a criminal act (e.g. racial slurs against a person or group). The information listed in this online map is based on cases of hate crimes, alleged or confirmed, and hate incidents, reported to NCCM, and/or reported to the police and/or reported to media. All cases are first verified before being posted. To report a crime or incident, click here & contact your local police service.
They have published in 2015, their Vol 13, No 2 issue entitled: Surveillance and Security Intelligence after Snowden. The first part of this themed issue was edited by David Murakami Wood and Steve Wright. This issue also contains a Debate Section on Law and Surveillance, edited by Randy Lippert.
OpenMedia – Canada’s growing privacy deficit has alarming consequences for our everyday lives. We’re at a tipping point where we need to decide whether to continue evolving into a surveillance society, or whether to rein in the government’s spying apparatus before more lives are ruined by information disclosures.
OpenMedia’s crowdsourced Privacy Plan outlines common sense steps to strengthen privacy safeguards for all of us.
The government has just rammed its anti-privacy Bill C-51 through the Senate. Now we need to tell Party Leaders to #KillC51 and implement this positive alternative.
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