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  1. You can read the story at the address below: https://lfpress.com/news/local-news/decision-looms-friday-in-groundbreaking-london-case-challenging-canadas-prostitution-laws
  2. I would like to retract my earlier comment about www.restoreprivacy.com. Instead I would recommend www.eff.org.
  3. Be very careful using smart phones. They are not designed for privacy. https://globalnews.ca/news/3791571/canada-privacy-laws-internet-of-things/
  4. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/sex-trade-charter-of-human-rights-charter-challenge-1.5108982 There is an update here. In the closing arguments, the crown prosecutor admitted that C-36 was not intended to protect the safety of sex workers, which the Bedford v. Canada ruling required any new law to do.
  5. Thanks Malika. It seems that most upscale hotels use elevator cards are now. What are your thoughts about the Intercontinental otherwise? How about the other hotels I mentioned? Any other recommendations for hotels?
  6. Actually it's the Le Germain, but their current policy states that they don't allow unregistered guests in the rooms. I don't know if the policy is enforced.
  7. Has anyone stayed at the Intercontinental? If so, would you recommend it? What about the Eaton Chelsea, Omni King Edward, Westin Harbor, Delta Marriot, Fairmont or Hyatt?
  8. With a "president" who thinks Nazis are "very fine people," calls himself a "genius" and thinks that an entire continent is a "shithole," there is no bottom.
  9. Unfortunately governments don't always obey their own laws. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Eyes
  10. Thanks for the information. Do you know of any hotels in that area that don't require an elevator key card?
  11. For those concerned about the lack of privacy on the Internet, here is a Web site that offers some help: http://www.restoreprivacy.com You may find some of the information there disturbing.
  12. What are some good 3 or 4 star hotels that are near the Financial or Entertainment Districts or the harbor area? Which ones would you avoid?
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