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Court must consider Charter rights in site-blocking case: BCCLA

News | 03/02/2020 6:05 pm EST

Court mandated website-blocking is an “extraordinary” remedy and should only be granted sparingly, according to a court filing from the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association. 

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