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Websites will be legally obliged to provide victims with the identity of people who post abusive and defamatory online messages about them under plans by the Government.
Glen Oglaza said the reforms have widespread support across the parties, so the Bill should make its progress through Parliament pretty quickly.
The power to ask for anonymous identities to be revealed are intended to give individuals an avenue of redress should they be subject to defamatory comments online.
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
It may suck to be Britain now, but what starts there will spread to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and eventually here to the US.
Originally posted by rickymouse
That's good, it'll tell the world who those Lower Michigan people are.
Originally posted by Danbones
In Canada the hate (speach) laws that protect only the zionists have been stymied by the courts and public exposure
I'm sure they will replace it with something else to stop free thought and speach
I'm sure the definition of troll will go the same way as the definition of terrorist did..
it will be new speaked to describe the honest patriotic peeps and make them the targets