Opinion: Bill C-30 Is "Dead in the Water"
PRIVACY LAWMay 18, 2012
According to an op-ed in The Globe and Mail, Bill C-30 is dead and any further efforts to allow police to track people online will "have to start from scratch." C-30 would have required ISPs to hand over identifying information about users and received strong objections from Canada's privacy commissioners. The article states that sources say the bill won't come to a House debate before the summer recess, effectively making it "dead in the water."