OTTAWA - On Tuesday, the NDP's
Angus wanted to know whether the government would hive off controversial provisions that critics fear will encourage companies to give police more information about customers' online activities without a warrant.
The Conservatives ignore legal experts, reject amendments and end up banging their heads against the
This brings us to the cyberbullying bill. Why did the minister not listen to the experts, separate the cyberbullying provisions so that it would be passed through this House, and then allow us to amend the clearly unconstitutional parts of the Conservatives' agenda for snooping on the private rights of Canadians?
In fact, the
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