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House Government Bill
41st Parliament, 1st Session
June 2, 2011 - Present
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An Act to enact the Investigating and Preventing Criminal Electronic Communications Act and to amend the Criminal Code and other Acts
Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act
Minister of Public Safety
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Introduction and First Reading in the House of Commons
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Conservatives controversial internet surveillance bill C-30 could be "a long time in purgatory".
Vongdouangchanh, Bea. Hill Times, 1127:1,18-19, Mar. 5, 2012
Clough, Jonathan. Commonwealth law bulletin, 37(4): 671-80, Dec. 2011
Cybercrime : digital cops in a networked environment.
Balkin, Jack M., et al. New York University Press, viii, 268 p., 2007
Cybercrime : issues.
Valiquet, Dominique. Library of Parliament. Background Paper No. 2011-36-E, 5 April 2011
Cybercriminalité : les enjeux.
Valiquet, Dominique. Bibliothèque du Parlement. Étude générale no 2011-36-F, 5 avril 2011
Cybersécurité et renseignement de sécurité : l’approche des États-Unis.
Porteous, Holly. Bibliothèque du Parlement. Étude générale no 2010-02-F, révisée le 15 juin 2011
Cybersecurity and cybercrime [electronic resource] : dealing with a complex threat.
Porteous, Holly, and Dominique Valiquet. Current and Emerging Issues for the 41st Parliament, March 2011
Cybersecurity and intelligence : the U.S. approach.
Porteous, Holly. Library of Parliament. Background Paper No. 2010-02-E, revised 15 June 2011
Cyberstalking and the law : a response to Neil MacEwan.
Gillespie, Alisdair A. Criminal law review, no.1:38-45, 2013
House Affairs likely to end probe of anonymous threats against Toews, opposition MPs say study’s going nowhere [Bill C-30].
Ryckewaert, Laura. Hill Times , 1132:20 , April 9, 2012
Internet surveillance bill backlash : internet "guerilla war" take Canada across political Rubicon - "hugely disturbing" [Bill C-30].
Naumetz, Tim. Hill Times, no. 1126:1-6, Feb. 27, 2012
La cybersécurité et la cybercriminalité [ressource électronique] : s'attaquer à une menace complexe .
Porteous, Holly, et Dominique Valiquet. Enjeux courants et émergents pour la 41e législature, Mars 2011
Privacy in the balance : novel search technologies, reasonable expectations, and recalibrating Section 8.
Johnson, Mathew. Criminal Law Quarterly, 58:442-509, May 2012
Spies, lies and the internet [electronic resource] : snooping on new media.
Economist, 402:66, Apr. 7, 2012
Still a fire-proof house? : an analysis of Canada's cyber security strategy.
Platt, Victor. International journal, 67(1): 155-67, Winter 2011-2012
The new stalking offences in English law : will they provide effective protection from cyberstalking?.
MacEwan, Neil. Criminal law review , 10:767-81 , 2010
Unwarranted access [electronic resource]?.
Singer, Leo. National, 21:16-21 , June 2012
Updating Canada’s communications surveillance laws : privacy and security in the digital age.
Penney, Steven. Canadian Criminal Law Review, 12(2): 115-59, February 2008
Watching the Web : thoughts on expanding police surveillance opportunities under the Cyber-Crime Convention.
Huey, Laura, and Richard S. Rosenberg. Canadian Journal of Criminology & Criminal Justice, 46(5): 597-606, October 2004
What is cyberspace victimization, in Victimization in cyberspace : an application of routine activity and lifestyle exposure theories.
Yucedal, Behzat. Ph.D. Thesis. Department of Political Science. Kent State University, Chapter 2, p. 6-24, August 2010
Party Press Releases
Conservative Lawful Access Bill has Serious Implications for Canadians’ Privacy (Liberal Party)
Le Québec est en deuil d'un registre essentiel auquel il a contribué financièrement (Bloc Québécois) (Available in French only)
Liberals Call on Government to Protect the Privacy of All Canadians (Liberal Party)
Liberals Launch Petition and Amendments to Government Snooping Bill (Liberal Party)
Protecting Children from Internet Crime (Conservative Party)
Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cybercrime, Concerning the Criminalisation of Acts of a Racist and Xenophobic Nature Committed Through Computer Systems (Council of Europe. C.E.T.S. No. 189, 28 January 2003)
Canada's cyber security strategy : for a stronger and more prosperous Canada (Public Safety Canada)
Convention on Cybercrime (Council of Europe. C.E.T.S. No. 185, 23 November 2001)
Cybercrime (Council of Europe)
Integrated Technological Crime Unit (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
Lawful access : consultation document (Government of Canada, August 25, 2002)
Measuring the extent of cyber-fraud in Canada : a discussion paper on potential methods and data sources (Sara M. Smyth and Rebecca Carleton. Public Safety Canada, August 2011)
Mutual legal assistance in criminal matters (Department of Justice Canada. Federal Prosecution Service. Federal Prosecution Service Deskbook. Part VIII. Chapter 43, 2004)
Summary of Submissions to the Lawful Access Consultation (Department of Justice Canada. 28 April 2003)
The spies we trust : third party service providers and law enforcement surveillance (Christopher Soghoian. Ph.D. Thesis. Department of Computer Science, Indiana University, August 2012)
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