Canadian judge: No warrant needed to see ISP logs – Ars Technica

Canadian judge: No warrant needed to see ISP logs – Ars Technica: “Canadian judge: No warrant needed to see ISP logs

A Superior Court in Ontario, Canada has ruled that IP addresses are akin to your home address, and therefore people have no expectation of privacy when it comes to their online activities being accessed by law enforcement. This means that, in Canada, police can potentially request information from your ISP about online activities, and can do so without a warrant.”

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