Besides the Creator-God hearing our every word, the government’s Canada Border Services Agency now has that same power. It won’t be long before government agencies will be monitoring every conversation and behaviour we do in our homes, backyard, workplace and every other area we gather.
Personal privacy? Ha! The Gov-God has deemed it not good for “our health and safety”!
And, all this invasion of our personal privacy, our lost of freedoms and the war on so-called terror has been brought about by the 9/11 false flag which was a USA-Mossad terrorist operation and blamed on Osama Bin Ladin and Muslims Arabs.
By Ian MacLeod, Postmedia News June 16, 2012
Airports and border crossings across Canada are being wired with high-definition cameras and microphones that can eavesdrop on travellers’ conversations, according to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA).
A CBSA statement said that audio-video monitoring and recording is already in place at unidentified CBSA sites at airports and border points of entry as part of an effort to enhance “border integrity, infrastructure and asset security and health and safety.”
“It is important to note that even though audio technology is installed, no audio is recorded at this time. It will become functional at a later date,” CBSA spokesman Chris Kealey said in a written statement.
But whenever that occurs, the technology, “will record conversations,” the agency said in a separate statement in response to questions from the Ottawa Citizen.
At Ottawa’s airport, signs will be posted referring passersby to a “privacy notice” that will be posted on the CBSA website once the equipment is activated, and to a separate help line explaining how the recordings will be used, stored, disclosed and retained.
The union representing about 45 CBSA employees at the airport is concerned personal workplace conversations and remarks could be captured and become part of employees’ official record, Jean-Pierre Fortin, national president of the Custom and Immigration Union, said Friday. He added that the union only learned of the audio-recording development this week, after reporters began making inquiries.
The recording equipment may also be linked to a federal initiative to help CBSA combat organized crime and internal smuggling conspiracies at big Canadian airports.
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