Tuesday, April 29, 2008

When Low-Level Civil Servant Bureaucrats Attack

To put it mildly:

To find out that it was an agency of the federal government that was responsible brings the level of concern to a whole different level.

The facts of the case as we know them: a Human Rights Commission official hijacked a private citizen's protected internet connection, posted on a white supremacist hate site under the epithet of "Jadewarr," and HRC representatives remain righteously indignant that anybody might be concerned about it.

We are quite confident that, at the end of the day, it will be established that the Canadian Human Rights Commission has done nothing untoward, nothing wrong, in this whole scenario.

Oh, all right. Never mind then.

H/t Kate

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