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NDP Calls on Government To Split C-13 While Stoddart Surprisingly Supports Approach

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Thursday November 28, 2013
The New Democrats have called on the government to split Bill C-13, arguing that the cyberbullying provisions should be examined separately from the return of lawful access provisions.  Somewhat surprisingly, outgoing Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart has expressed support for the government's decision to include lawful access powers in the bill.
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Jason K said:

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Actually Stoddart supports the expanded police powers of the bill, however she did find problems with it. She leaves on Monday, but that's no excuse for leaving the Canadian public in the dark around the privacy issues her office is looking at. Here's what she actually said:

http://jkoblovsky.wordpress.com/2013/11/28/federal-privacy-commissioner-cautious-on-cyber-bullying-bill/
November 28, 2013

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