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View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'm going to start with Mr. Deibert and then move on to Ms. McPhail.
The reason we have undertaken this study is so that the public does not lose its trust in the RCMP. We were somewhat forced to believe what the RCMP told us yesterday—as is the public—because we don't have the ability to take a deeper dive into the issue.
For information purposes, I'd like to ask you a question, Mr. Deibert.
Is it possible to trust when you're forced to trust?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
You wouldn't agree then, that—
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
We'll get the remarks, I guess.
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Please go ahead with the remarks.
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I was actually talking to Mr. Deibert about trust.
This brings me back to my main point. Do the RCMP's actions serve to maintain trust or, on the contrary, arouse doubt?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Yes, let's start with you.
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you.
Mr. Deibert, for the benefit of the general public, who may not fully understand all the ins and outs, can you explain what spyware is capable of?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Deibert.
Yesterday, we heard about warrants and the fact that a judge had to approve and authorize the use of these investigative tools, under part VI of the Criminal Code. It's a good oversight mechanism, it would seem.
I'm not sure whether you agree with me that a situation can be lawful and unethical at the same time. As has been pointed out, the legislation is some 20 years old, and technology moves at a breakneck pace.
Even with legal safeguards in place, can the use of these investigative tools become unethical?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Mr. Deibert, I have a limited amount of time, so I would appreciate it if you could keep your answer brief.
Are you in favour of having a third party examine the RCMP's activities in relation to surveillance tools?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you very much.
Mr. Juneau‑Katsuya, at the tail end of a previous answer, you said that other agencies were probably using this technology.
Do you think that parliamentarians and elected officials have been put under surveillance by law enforcement agencies in the past?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Were tools like Pegasus used, or did that happen before?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you very much.
Earlier, Mr. Deibert, you said that conducting a privacy impact assessment was the least that could be done.
What would be ideal?
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BQ (QC)
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Ms. McPhail, do you think law enforcement's use of this kind of spyware violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
View René Villemure Profile
BQ (QC)
Sorry to cut you off, Ms. McPhail, but I have a limited amount of time.
Mr. Deibert, you mentioned in your research that Canada was this year's chair of the Freedom Online Coalition.
Would you say that, as chair, Canada has a duty to lead by example?
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