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CIPPIC Files Privacy Complaint Over DPI 21

dj_yaz writes "A group of University Of Ottawa law students who deal with online privacy issues last week filed a complaint with Canada's Privacy Commissioner about Bell Canada's use of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) to monitor internet subscribers' online activities without their knowledge or consent."
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CIPPIC Files Privacy Complaint Over DPI

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  • Re:How Relevant (Score:3, Interesting)

    by Amouth ( 879122 ) on Tuesday May 13, 2008 @01:37PM (#23392998)
    ok that is just scary sad.. i reallllly hope they get dragged into court and hit hard for that one.

    I know if i had charter right this min i would be working to find their little stunt in action and get proof that they are changing the content.. then contact the site owner they are doing it to and see if they would like to file a joint suit aginst them.

    that is completely wrong

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