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Registrations and what does it lead to.....
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:05 am    Post subject: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

Well check this site from the Ottawa Citizen,

www.canada.com/ottawac.../form.html

Apparently the Privacy Act means nothing and the CFC is allowed to release (database is accurate as of November 7 2006) all of the registrations of firearms. wtf

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:53 am    Post subject: Re: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

Registration does two things: raises revenue and tells who the last legal owner was of the registered item. Registration of firearms leads to confiscation. All the best...
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2007 10:59 am    Post subject: Re: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

Gil,

Yes that is also what it leads to but apprently it has a step in between, giving the public PRIVATE records which arnt allowed to be released according to the Firearms Act and the Privacy Act. Mad

Right off the CFC's Website:

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How does the CAFC use information provided on application forms?

Safety training information collected by the Canada Firearms Centre and federal and provincial Chief Firearms Officers pursuant to the Firearms Act is used exclusively to determine licence eligibility.

Information provided when applying for a firearms licence or certain authorizations (e.g. to transfer non-restricted firearms to new owners, to carry or transport restricted or prohibited firearms) is used exclusively by a Chief Firearms Officer to determine eligibility for the privilege or activity in question.

Information provided to register a firearm is used to determine firearms classification or to issue a firearms certificate.
Before a registration certificate is issued, refused or revoked the Registrar will confirm that the associated licencee is eligible to possess the specified class of firearm.

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Personal information is provided on certain Firearms Program forms such as names, addresses, and medical information. Where is this information stored and who can view it?

This information is stored in the Canadian Firearms Information System (CFIS), a database controlled by the Canada Firearms Centre. The CAFC ensures strict procedures that allow only those employees with a need consistent with their duties to view personal information. For example, only a CFO or delegated firearms officer has authority to collect personal information during the course of an investigation in determining licence eligibility. Also, police officers verify firearms information to determine licence status before responding to a call; however, at no time are they able to view names of references, spouses or medical information.

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Does the CAFC share personal information collected for the Firearms Program with other agencies or the private sector?

Relevant Firearms Program information is disclosed only to federal and provincial public safety business partners that have legal authority to collect this information consistent with their public safety responsibilities. Program business partners include local and provincial police, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Canada Border Services Agency and International Trade Canada. The Privacy Act requires that those agencies must have a use consistent with the purpose for which the information was collected. In turn, those non-federal agencies to which firearms information is disclosed are bound by similar requirements under their jurisdictional privacy laws.

Furthermore, firearms information is not shared with any private sector agencies. Some private companies however, can have access to personal information while under a contracted arrangement for software administration or records management procedures. Under the terms of those contracts, these companies cannot use or disclose information. Also, employees of private companies are screened for security clearance to ensure that personal information is protected at the same level as federal requirements.

Apprentely the CFC broke their own rules by releasing the Database to the Ottawa Citizen. So we spent 2 billion of our tax dollars on a worthless Lieberal registry just to have our infromation being posted online breaking Firearm and Privacy Regulations. What next another 2 billion in the hole and they'll post our full names and addresses on a public website. Hiding

A link to the OFAH artical about the ability to hack into the CFC's database: www.garrybreitkreuz.co...06/727.pdf

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 5:54 pm    Post subject: Re: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

What it leads to is a government log of all of our weapons so when it comes time for Billary to try taking our guns they know right where to go and what to look for.

Can anyone on here tell that I'm just a little ticked off since that IDIOT ZUMBO'S comment?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 6:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

Very Happy Naw, if'in ya was, ya would a' used strong emoticons Very Happy Very Happy Dave
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 11:29 am    Post subject: Re: Registrations and what does it lead to..... Reply with quote

I reiterate, the only country to have a national gun registry like the one we now have in Canada that I've ever heard of, was Nazi Germany.

Says it all to me, oh wait are those jackboots I hear in the driveway??

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