Make MPs’ records available to public

Reader suggests federal plans to monitor Internet use be countered by making MPs' information available to Canadians.

Open letter to Vic Toews, minister responsible for public safety:

As a Canadian with nothing to hide and no fear of authoritarian bullies, I would like to propose an amendment to your odious  Internet control bill.

1. The Internet records of all members of Parliament will become a part of the public record immediately upon election of that member to office. This includes all records then existing for the individual back to the age of majority from all sources and all new records from home, phone, office or public library access to the Internet. As public information it would be available without copyright for commentary, analysis, debate and satire to members of the Canadian public.

 

 

 

Chris George, Notch Hill