Police Chiefs Want More Access to Private E-mail, Internet Communication

Canadian police want the federal government to revamp 30-year-old Criminal Code provisions and give them greater access to fight hi-tech crime carried out via e-mail, the Internet and other forms of electronic traffic. Police organizations want more power, through lawful access with warrants, to monitor e-mail, web surfing, instant messaging, mobile telephones and telephone services that use Internet connections.
The police are especially concerned about child pornography, exploitation of children, and organized crime. Read all about it.