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'Ontario's beer police are running amok'

For the National Post, John Ivison describes how in Ontario "a private conversation in a bar can be taken down surreptitiously by a third party and used as evidence in a quasi-judicial hearing" and how this is becoming "the reality of life in a province that is under increasingly intrusive surveillance."  

Posted by Cynthia on January 11, 2009 at 11:28 AM in Canada, Drinking Spaces, Law Enforcement | Permalink