LONDON—Disclosures of state surveillance touching the far corners of our digital lives make for grim reading. But Julian Assange, whose WikiLeaks bombshells set in motion the new era of whistle-blowing on state surveillance, says there is a glimmer of hope for Canadians. In an interview from the , where he has for more than two years, Assange points to a Supreme Court ruling, and the subsequent actions of Canadian Internet service providers, as a step in the right direction in the battle for privacy. “There is a standard slowly starting to develop [...]
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