'Anonymous' starts slow leaking of cabinet confidences, CSE spy attempts

Monday, July 27th, 2015
Monday, July 27th, 2015

Members of the hacker group Anonymous released a confidential cabinet document today revealing secrets about the overseas activities of Canada’s spy agencies. The breach revealed both the scope of Canada’s surveillance network and the volume of communications its old and outdated system manages.

The group also released a video claiming that the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) tried to spy on President Barack Obama on Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s orders — and that the espionage, when it was discovered, put the Keystone pipeline project in jeopardy.

Only three foreign stations of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) — based in Washington, London and Paris

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