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Hate laws hard to enforce without rules to register web sites: Wiesenthal Center

News | 11/14/2002 5:00 am EST

Canada’s lawful access laws aren’t sufficient to back up this country’s prohibitions on hate material posted to the Internet, says an international watchdog group. On October 31, the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s director of national affairs in Canada, Leo Adler, presented a new compilation of global hate sites while calling on Ottawa to give the police the tools to track down Canadians who post illegal material on domestic servers.

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