In case you don’t know what Bill C-30 is, its short title is the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act. It’s the notorious “online spying” bill, the one that orders your Internet provider keep a record of your web activities because it’s more convenient for the cops to use when they go after child rapists. Or something like that. Personally I think it’s the equivalent of giving the police a sledgehammer for use in hunting wasps. But it could be that my thoughts aren’t in sync with my Tory brethren, which is why I’m holding this challenge.
Now, to make sure that you’ve been fully informed, you can find the official full text of the bill here. There’s been some good objections to the bill here, and so far I’ve found one supporter of the bill (sort of) here. (If there are any other Tory blogs who have an opinion, for or against, I’ll gladly link to them.)
Note that I’m extending the length of time that this poll is open, to two weeks rather than my usual one.