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Does Canada's Bill C-13 really tackle cyber-bullying?

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[The Harper government's Bill C-13, supposedly intended to control Cyber-Bullying, is a front to let them sneak through their old Bill C-30, which legalizes spying on innocent Canadian citizens, and which was soundly defeated when it was floated last year as a stand-alone piece of legislation. "...the new Bill, some 70 odd pages long, has but two or three pages of cyber bullying- related content, but more than 60 pages from the failed C-30." Please go to this page, watch the video, and sign the petition opposing this legislation. See this article if you'd like more information on the problems with Bill C-13. *RON*]

BY LEE RICKWOOD, WHATSYOURTECH.CA, Calgary Herald, JANUARY 14, 2014

Government legislation meant to address the serious, sometimes deadly, issue of cyber-bullying would give it and other authorities access to information about almost anyone in Canada, whether or not they are suspected of criminal activity.

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