Bill C-30 the invasive, ill-advised government Bill that allows police to intrude on the privacy of Canadian Internet users without a warrant, has generated some interesting backlash and discoveries.
The Globe and Mail reports:
An anonymous individual armed with a Twitter account has begun broadcasting excerpts of what are purportedly affidavits from the Manitoba Conservative MP’s divorce. The documents lay out deeply personal details of a marriage that ended in recent years.
“Vic wants to know about you. Let's get to know about Vic,” a user going by the account name @vikileaks30 said, affixing the numeric title of Mr. Toews’ bill – C-30 – to the post.
“Let's start with affidavits from Vic's divorce case.”
The Paris Hilton of Canadian politics, Justin Trudeau, has been publicizing the vikileaks30 twitter account to his 110.000 followers.
Amusingly, Mr. Trudeau the Younger's acolytes don't understand that their idol was not actually sympathizing with Mr. Towes but was taking an opportunity to disseminate embarrassing personal details of the Conservative minister's divorce.
Why is it not surprising that people who think Justin Trudeau should be Prime Minister have extremely limited comprehension abilities?