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In Committee from the House of Commons - Justice and Human Rights - May 1, 2014


Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay defends the government’s cyberbullying legislation as the committee begins its study of Bill C-13. Senior department officials Normand Wong and Donald K. Piragoff also respond to questions.
While the bill will prohibit the non-consensual distribution of intimate images, it also includes measures that touch on terrorism, organized crime, theft of cable, and hate propaganda. (May 1, 2014)


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