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Canadian "Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act" Introduced Into the House of Commons

Neil Schwartzman writes to report: "The long-anticipated Canadian Anti-spam bill (a re-tabling of ECPA, now entitled FISA), and a bill amending PIPEDA passed first reading in the Canadian House of Commons yesterday. The bill must be read and passed twice, then referred to parliamentary committee to survive the summer recess of parliament (mid-June), it is anticipated that it will do so. The actual text of bills 28 & 29 is yet to be forthcoming, it should be a matter of a day or two until they are published."

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