Should C-59 become law, it will provide a notable addition to the Canadian Security Intelligence Service’s capabilities: the authority to collect, retain and use “datasets” in support of domestic and foreign intelligence mandates.
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Canadian Intelligence Reform Proposal: An ‘Intelligence Commissioner’ for the Communications Security Establishment
Canada is reforming its national security law, including the law governing its foreign intelligence and cyber-security service, the Communications Security Establishment.
Part one in a series examining powers of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and potential changes.
Washington should be learning from the example set by its partners in Australia and Canada.
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