by Daniel Kitts Thursday February 23, 2012

Bill C-30, proposed federal legislation that would give police departments the ability to obtain personal information about Canadian Internet users without a warrant, has come under serious public criticism due to concerns it would give police too much power to snoop on citizens and compromise people's right to privacy. Police say they need new tools to effectively deal with the relatively new phenomenon of online crime.

On Wednesday, during our broadcast examining Bill C-30, we hosted an online chat to give viewers a chance to have their say. Below is a transcript of that online chat.

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