U.S. online snooping: What Canadians need to know
Mitch Potter, Toronto Star | 10 June 2013
The Toronto Star’s Mitch Potter interviews Ronald Deibert, director of University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab, director of the Canada Centre for Global Security Studies and author of Black Code: Inside the Battle for Cyberspace, about the recent surveillance revelations in the United States. . . . .
. . . Ron Deibert: . . . There is no border. . . . about 90 per cent of Canadian traffic . . . is routed through the United States. . . .
. . . counterpart called the Communications Security Establishment Canada. CSEC . . .
. . . Ronald Deibert: . . . Canadians are “foreign citizens” by the American definition. So we’re fair game when it comes to eavesdropping . . .
. . . have now turned their lens on all of us and everything we do . . .