Article by Halifax research lawyer Jennifer Taylor in Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada
The article, Striking down the Nova Scotia Cyber-safety Act: The 10 most interesting things about Crouch v Snell, by Jennifer Taylor, has been published in the latest edition of LexisNexis Canada’s Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada newsletter.
After a successful Charter challenge to the legislation, Nova Scotia’s Cyber-safety Act was struck down in December 2015. Jennifer’s piece presents the top 10 standout points from the case which brought about this change, Crouch v Snell, 2015 NSSC 340.
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