A quick experiment with The Ez:
The Privacy Commissioner did not investigate whether or not the CHRC hacked Nelly Hechme's Internet account. They merely investigated whether, while hacking Hechme's account, the CHRC kept any of her personal information. Here's the exact wording of the mandate of the Privacy Commissioner's investigation:
The purpose of the investigation was to examine whether the CHRC improperly collected, used, disclosed or retained personal information about the complainant during the course of its investigations, in contravention of sections 4 to 8 of the Privacy Act.
And here's the bit Ezra leaves out, which should go at the head of the previous paragraph:
Investigation finds no evidence that Canadian Human Rights Commission accessed individual's Internet connection
One must access to hack, no?
Anyway, you can play the same game with all of Ezra's links, but it gets pretty boring, as you keep getting the same result.
Sorry, Ezra, the jig's up. Your future lies in bashing the food cops.