Vikileaks teaches Vic Toews a lesson in online privacy on Twitter
First, let's watch Public Safety Minister Vic Toews pretend that he didn't make his infamous "stand with us or with the child pornographers" comment, in defence of the Conservative's government's Internet surveillance bill.
Then check out @vikileaks30, a brand-new Twitter account that is tweeting purported excerpts of affidavits from Toews's divorce case in an apparent protest against the so-called Protecting Children From Internet Predators Act, which has privacy commissioners speaking out.
If you didn't know, the former "Minister of Family Values" got divorced in 2008, after knocking up his mistress.
Some completely unverified tidbits:
"In late 2006, I discovered that the woman with whom I was having an affair was pregnant with my child." #c30— Vikileaks (@vikileaks30) February 15, 2012
"It was devastating for me because Vic had informed me in 1993 that he had been having an affair with my sister's nanny for 7 years." #30— Vikileaks (@vikileaks30) February 15, 2012
"Vic was anxious to remain married and to do anything he could to keep the marriage together including..."— Vikileaks (@vikileaks30) February 15, 2012
"...agreeing to have nothing more to do with his mistress and nothing to do with the baby."— Vikileaks (@vikileaks30) February 15, 2012