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Lawyers hope Nova Scotia strikes right chord on new cyberbullying legislation

Friday, September 29, 2017 @ 9:32 AM | By Terry Davidson

A Halifax privacy lawyer who led a campaign to have Nova Scotia's cyberbullying laws declared unconstitutional is cautiously optimistic the province will get it right the second time around, while another legal mind worries about the new legislation being a “toothless tiger.”

David Fraser, McInnes CooperNova Scotia’s government is set to table its promised new cyberbullying legislation this fall and lawyers, legal scholars and other stakeholders are eager to see if it will stick this time or end up subject to legal complications like that of...