Nov 222013
 
 November 22, 2013  Laws, Non-U.S., Online

CBC News reports:

When Justice Minister Peter MacKay unveiled the federal government’s proposed cyberbullying law on Wednesday, he touted it as a necessary tool to combat the often hurtful spread of intimate images. To emphasize the underlying point, he made the announcement during national Bullying Awareness Week.

But legal experts were left wondering why a piece of legislation that is meant to rein in online tormentors is also taking on terror suspects and people who steal cable TV signals.

“There is a much larger agenda at play here,” says Rob Currie, director of the Law and Technology Institute at Dalhousie University.

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