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Mr David frazer, thankyou for your law blog!
I am learning about using computers. For a person who did not grow up with them , it is not a joke!  I am going to return to your blog and read, what I can.  I am trained in judicious use of deadly force: and I know, Americans go to extremes, in almost everything. two thoughts; where can I understand the lack of 
accountability, to taxpayers with hospitals 
that are publicly owned? not in medical issues, but how they operate their premises, issues? And , Sir,  where do you believe I should read, to learn, about up to date interaction with cops in canada from the 
perspective of a private citisen? 
kenzakaib292@yahoo.ca when I look at all the
videos on u- tube, stateside, it is scary, what is
going on! Thankyou Sir. 
 
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David Collier-Brown's profile photo
 
Good: it's also catching up with the spam law (;-))
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David Collier-Brown's profile photoGeorge Danielson's profile photo
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Is there a Law, if Some come on your property and Video's you with there cell.
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David Collier-Brown's profile photo
 
Brilliant: Telcos (and by implication, ISPs) "have standing to assert the privacy interests of their subscribers and are contractually obligated to do so." That means that Tek Savvy arguably had a duty to force their troll to court, thereby warning the victims.
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Bravo!
You'd think they need a course on civics, starting with "the police have to obey the law"
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