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New bill will permit CRA to watch what you do online


Tax agents can audit your internet and cellphone activity without warrant or investigation.

The new Bill C-13 legislation opens the door to a new brand of CRA audit. Without your permission, and without having to prove there's a need to monitor you, the Canada Revenue Agency, or any other public official, can request a record of your activity online and on your cellphone from your service provider. Rogers, Bell, Shaw, et al. will simply hand over the records of who you called, what you searched and, of course, what you bought online, without telling you.

Hello stealth audit. Time to think twice about transferring money and depositing cheques on line.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/05/04/how-a-new-federal-bill-c-13-could-give-csis-agents-or-even-rob-ford-access-to-your-personal-online-data/

If you want to keep your money and your tax life private, keep it offline.

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