Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Federal Court Ruling: BCCLA is allowed to intervene in Lemire case

On February 25, 2010, Canada's largest Civil Liberties Association has filed at the Federal Court of Canada to intervene in the Marc Lemire Constitutional Challenge to the internet censorship of the Canadian "Human Rights" Commission and Section 13 of the "Human Rights" Act.


[See: BC Civil Liberties Association files at the Federal Court of Canada to oppose Internet censorship from the misnamed Canadian "Human Rights" Commission: BCCLA Intervene in the Marc Lemire Free Speech case]

Earlier today, the Federal Court of Canada issued it’s ruling, allowing the BC Civil Liberties Association to intervene in the Lemire constitutional Challenge of Internet censorship.








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