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International cooperation needed in dealing with online exploitation: Lametti

News | 04/12/2021 5:59 pm EDT
The Hill Times photo by Sam Garcia. David Lametti, pictured in May 2016.

In order for the federal government to best deal with sexual exploitation online — and particularly that involving children — as it considers forming a new anti-online harm regulator, it will have to continue working on bolstering effective international cooperation, according to Minister of Justice and Attorney General David Lametti.

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