Posted by Bruno On Sunday, February 26, 2012 0 comments
Simcoe-Grey MP Kellie Leitch spoke with Metroland Media on Friday about the federal government's controversial Bill C-30, as well as the government's plans to make changes to the Old Age Security Benefit.
Leitch says Bill C-30 isn't about spying on Canadians' online activity, it's about the safety of children.
The bill is called the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act. Some in opposition believe the bill is a violation of Canadian's online privacy and freedom.
"I think there is a lack of understanding of what the bill is about," she said.
"Overall, our government is focused on keeping communities safe. Especially when it comes to the safety and security of children, which I feel very passionately about."
She says the bill is not about monitoring Canadians' online activity. She says that message is "fear mongering," from the opposition parties.
Leitch said the bill would not allow police to obtain information without a warrant.
"Will this legislation allow police to monitor online activity without a warrant? The answer is no," she said. "The legislation only compels telecommunications service provider information to designated bodies so we can protect children. That's where the misconceived notions are. That's what the opposition is trying to perpetuate."
Well there we go again next to police chiefs another Conservative Member of Parliament has shown support for the controversial bill C-30 which would allow the police force to give them police state,Big brother powers.
MP Kellie Leitch has gone to far out by claiming the protests on the internet by regular Canadian citizens and others as Fear Mongering by the Opposition parties.
With that kind of statement by the Conservative MP Kellie Leitc it just goes to show that Dictator Harper and his Conservatives keep on showing that they are hiding something from the Canadian public with this controversial bill C-30.
And in my view it seems MP Kellie Leitc hasn't read the content of the C-30 otherwise she wouldn't be supporting it.
She still believes that the bill will be Protecting Children from the Internet Predators.