Now, and official report has concluded that “there’s nothing to see here, folks.”
In the late spring, I was delighted to learn that this gross violation of Hechme’s rights was investigated by both the RCMP and the Privacy Commissioner. Alas, the RCMP abandoned their investigation, claiming it was outside their jurisdiction, and now the Privacy Commissioner has abandoned the investigation, too. Heche sounds dejected:
Nelly Hechme said she had encountered “too many roadblocks” in trying to get answers about the apparent hijacking of her wireless connection.
“I am not one to fight hard; I merely wanted some answers and maybe a little justice but that doesn’t seem to be the case,” Hechme said from Ottawa.
“I feel like I’m basically being told to just accept it.” (…)
She could appeal the Privacy Commissioner’s ruling. She could even sue the CHRC in civil court. But Hechme is just some young woman caught in the CHRC’s sloppy, illegal conduct – and she wasn’t even an official target. Dear reader, if it were you who had been hacked, would you spend your own money taking on these two collusive government agencies, with bottomless buckets of public money to stonewall you with? Or would you try to get on with your life, just shaking your head at the fact that the “human rights” industry is a prolific member of a U.S. based neo-Nazi group, and that you were just an innocent victim of their latest drive-by?