By — January 10, 2012 RCMP Tracking: Why I will never be the Canadian Christopher Soghoian Christopher Soghoian is a muckracking FOI hacker</a>. He is known for finding documents in the United States, and revealing things like the Stinger, the IMSI catcher that is used by the FBI. When I started doing this ATIP thing, I pretty much sent requests in that mirror what he does. </iframe> However, thanks to a clause that protects the secret techniques of the RCMP, I will never know of the techniques, only that they exist and what legal precedent is required for them to be used. A while ago, a graffiti artist in Grand Forks, BC found some Bushnell Trophy Cameras</a> that are used for hunting deer outside of his place that were installed by the RCMP. The cameras were taken out of the trees and handed to the man's lawyer, so I wanted to know what procedures were required for the RCMP to do such a thing. I also wanted to know what the RCMP was doing with GPS tracking equipment. Anyway, this request pretty much tells us nothing. However, it is hilarious because of these reasons: The Analyst isn't Normand Sirois, so I had to scan the damn thing, despite the fact that I gave instructions to NOT do this!</li> The disclaimer about the act is in COMIC SANS</li> </ul> Yes, the RCMP is sending out rules and regulations in COMIC SANS</a>, the most hated font in existence. This release isn't worth posting on the Vancouver Media Coop, but it's worth posting here because of the poor quality of the release. Here's the file in question: rcmp_gps.pdf</a> Hopefully my other non V2010ISU JIG requests aren't as bad as this one. I'm tempted to call this analyst and be like "Really??".