Advocates of these age verification laws have long argued that these bills are common sense. Judge’s are ruling them as unconstitutional.
Emily Laidlaw Offers Her Bill S-210 Analysis. Adds to Growing Consensus That It’s an Unconstitutional Mess
Another analysis of Bill S-210 has emerged. Emily Laidlaw, a law professor at the University of Calgary, says it’s likely unconstitutional.
David Fraser (AKA Privacy Lawyer) has offered an analysis of Bill S-210. I may have underestimated how alarming this bill is.
Tempers are starting to flare up for Senator Julie Miville-Dechene. She attacked people with accurate interpretations of her bill.
Supporters of Bill S-210 (or Canada’s age verification bill) have apparently released a so-called “FAQ”. We debunk some of the claims of that page.
Canada’s age verification bill is hugely controversial. Now, civil rights groups are calling for the bill to be stopped.
There’s no question that Bill S-210, or Canada’s Age Verification bill is an unmitigated disaster. Open Media is offering an explanation why.
No Age Verification Bill Supporters, Liberals are Not Out of Step to the Rest of the World With Their Opposition
Supporters of the age verification bill are said to by mystified as to why the Liberals won’t support their internet crackdown.
Canada’s proposed age verification law is indefensible violation of privacy and expression, but that’s not stopping some reporters from trying.
Some people out there are apparently trying to argue that this applies to a handful of sites. That doesn’t seem to be the case.