CCLA and CJFE mount Charter challenge against Bill C-51

>>From Canadian Journalists for Free Expression TORONTO (July 21, 2015) — The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) are initiating a Charter challenge today against key sections of Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015. The legislation presents disturbing implications for free speech, privacy, the powers of government, including CSIS, […]

Internet Links Not Libel, Top Court Rules

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that hyperlinking to defamatory material on the Internet does not constitute publishing the defamatory material itself. For details, see the following media reports: Hyperlinking not Libel: Supreme Court, Openfile, October 19, 2011 In Canada, Hyperlinking Isn’t the Same as Publishing, P2P.net, October 19, 2011 Internet Links Not Libel, […]