TORONTO - An Egyptian man branded a threat to Canada's national security will soon enjoy more freedom.

A Federal Court judge has eased the bail conditions of Mohamed Mahjoub, who lives in Toronto.

Among other things, Mahjoub will no longer have to wear a tracking device and can use the Internet and a cellphone.

The 52-year-old father of three calls the changes "amazing."

Mahjoub has been fighting government allegations -- based on secret evidence -- that he was a ranking member of a terrorist group in Egypt.

The judge has yet to decide whether Mahjoub should continue to be branded a terorrist threat.