The Canadian Press

2013-11-20 | Cyber Bullying MacKay

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The Conservative government introduced a wide-ranging bill designed to make it illegal to distribute "intimate images" without consent and easier to get such images scrubbed off the Internet. Justice Minister Peter MacKay said the legislation was part of the government's commitment to help put an end to online exploitation and harassment. (The legislation would also empower courts to seize computers, cellphones and other devices used in the offence and provide for reimbursement of costs related to removing the images from the Internet.)

Date: 2013-11-20
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << it's an Insidious form of cybercrime that ruins lives it's a crime where a simple click of a button can have irreversible irreparable repercussions for youth the resulting harm of online bullying is believed to be a major factor in a number of tragic suicides of several Canadian teenagers >>


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