The government contracted a third-party tool to monitor speech.

In Canada, Justin Trudeau’s government seems to keep getting mired in ever more allegations of mass surveillance and spying on the population, the latest being a report about contracts designed to monitor social media.

It’s another case of “not new news” – this time, also because of the actual chronology of it all.

Although it’s only now coming to light, Canadian press reports allege that Trudeau embarked on the policy of spending tax money in order to “better surveil” the country’s general population – pretty much since he took office.

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