Fed Agency Targeted Private Data Weeks Before Court Ban

Federal anti-trust investigators working without warrants filed scores of requests for confidential data from internet service providers in the weeks before the Supreme Court banned the practice, records show. Canadians who had their information surrendered to agents were never told of the incidents. The disclosures came as the Commissioner of Competition pledged “transparency” was his watchword: “This is the guiding vision for the bureau”.

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