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Beware: Ottawa doesn't need an Information War Measures Act commando mentality or another O'Neill-type raid

There's a bully-like mindset in Ottawa on the part of some who believe if you use the Access to Information Act you're exhibiting near criminal behaviour. Conversely, if you step outside of the Access Act to gain information, particularly sensitive security data, you are a potential criminal to be targeted, too.

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Beware: Ottawa doesn't need an Information War Measures Act commando mentality or another O'Neill-type raid

There's a bully-like mindset in Ottawa on the part of some who believe if you use the Access to Information Act you're exhibiting near criminal behaviour. Conversely, if you step outside of the Access Act to gain information, particularly sensitive security data, you are a potential criminal to be targeted, too.

  

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