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Carriers and government spar over “duty to disclose” provision in Bill C-36

News | 04/30/2002 4:00 am EDT
Legal experts and the federal government are at odds over the potential effects of Bill C-36, particularly its requirement to force telecom providers to disclose potential terrorist activity. At a session of the New Developments in Communications Law and Policy Conference in Ottawa April 26, senior legal advisors from Bell Canada, a University of Toronto law professor, and representatives of the federal Department of Justice sparred over measures to comply with the Anti-Terrorism Act (RoW, April 3/02).

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