Ask the question to them... If you have signed a non-disclosure agreement, are you allowed to say if a non-disclosure agreement was signed?
Meanwhile police and politicians spread propaganda to defer your investigation from them and to make you think that only "other" governments and "other" countries would dare do such a constitution violation to the people.
Does Canada unconstitutionally spy on its people? Yes they do. Now where it gets tricky, is they may not 100% spy themselves, but instead they violate Canada's sovereignty by allowing the U.S. to do it for them. It's called the 5-Eyes.
The police are a public controlled organization and subject to 100% review of all actions and routines.
But they act like a para-military organization that will shoot you dead if you dare to question their military style tactics.
When an officer and or politician writes in false information to the public record, that is called perjury. It's a crime. How do you find out if perjury was committed? Ask questions. Unfortunately though, asking questions is hard to do when access to the courts to ask the questions, is blocked by those who you want to ask.
A powerful new surveillance tool being adopted by police departments across the country comes with an unusual requirement: To buy it, law enforcement officials must sign a nondisclosure agreement preventing them from saying almost anything about the technology.
The technology goes by various names, including StingRay, KingFish or, generically, cell site simulator. It is a rectangular device, small enough to fit into a suitcase, that intercepts a cellphone signal by acting like a cellphone tower.
The technology can also capture texts, calls, emails and other data, and prosecutors have received court approval to use it for such purposes.
Cell site simulators are catching on while law enforcement officials are adding other digital tools, like video cameras, license-plate readers, drones, programs that scan billions of phone records and gunshot detection sensors. Some of those tools have invited resistance from municipalities and legislators on privacy grounds.
The nondisclosure agreements for the cell site simulators are overseen by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and typically involve the Harris Corporation, a multibillion-dollar defense contractor and a maker of the technology. What has opponents particularly concerned about StingRay is that the technology, unlike other phone surveillance methods, can also scan all the cellphones in the area where it is being used, not just the target phone.“It’s scanning the area. What is the government doing with that information?” said Linda Lye, a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California,
When you question the legality of all these actions by the police, they will reply "A Judge signed off on this, so it must be legal".
There are two types of Judges.
A rightwing Judge, whom only works for corrupt politicians/corporations and will rubber stamp any act of terror against the people. He may also have millions of dollars in a foreign bank account that he will deny exists, while at the same time claiming immunity from having to abide by any law.
A leftwing Judge, whom works for the people and will block criminal acts by the police and politicians.
On top of the type of Judges, will also be the Crown Prosecutor, whom will on occasion commit the crimes of 'malicious prosecution' and 'refusal to prosecute'. When caught, he will also claim immunity from any law. Laws are never allowed to exempt people from having to abide by it. Even politicians/police are to abide by all laws.