Canadian political parties accused of ignoring Internet issues

A well-known public advocacy group has faulted Canada’s majorpolitical parties for disregarding key Internet issues in theirelection campaigns.

Matters of concern involving the Internet and individual privacy,free speech, and consumer rights have been largely ignored by allfour main campaigns in the upcoming federal election, charged theCanadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic(CIPPIC).

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