Sunday, 12 January 2014
We have seen it in Quebec, want to bet its not the same in Ontario? Well in England its epidemic. Beyond the Pale.
"The thing that corruption stories -- even astounding ones like this -- teach us is that our systems need to account for the possibility that the authorities are corrupt, or sloppy, or duped. Creating laws that give police and magistrates the power to declare anything anyone does illegal, storing massive DNA databases, allowing for secret courts and warrantless surveillance, creatingunaccountable systems of censorship, and letting spies run wild are all examples of systems designed on the presumption that the establishment is both uncorrupted and perpetually uncorrectable."
H/T Boing Boing