Thursday, August 31, 2006

Blackout Law Goes to Court

Mark October 16th on your calendar.

That's the day Paul Bryan will be in the Supreme Court of Canada to make his case against this country's archaic election blackout law, the law making the "premature transmission" of voting results a crime.

Certainly, this legal battle will be of interest to all bloggers as this law effectively censors the Internet.

You can learn more about this case here.

The National Citizens Coalition is helping to finance this challenge.

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