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Cyberbullying bill will not resurrect Bill C-30’s most costly provisions: experts

News | 11/22/2013 9:44 pm EST

Anti-cyberbullying legislation introduced by the government in the House of Commons this week resurrects many of the lawful-access provisions previously included in its so-called Internet surveillance bill, Bill C-30, though it does not include two aspects that would have been the most costly for telecommunications companies, experts said.

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