#youKnowHerName: Cyberbullying, death, and the juvenile right to privacy

#youKnowHerName: Cyberbullying, death, and the juvenile right to privacy

November 13 and 14 front page of huffingtonpost.ca

Nova Scotia lawyer David Fraser’s blog: “The publication ban that makes no sense“… highlights the legal and appropriate way to deal with the ban. In upholding the ban, the judge was very clear who has the authority make it a non-offense to break the ban in this case. ┬áIt is the Public Prosecution Service of Nova Scotia.

So, contact them!

The existence of the ban and police/prosecution discretion is having a chilling effect on discussion of this important issue. In my view, it is in the public interest that people be able to tell the whole story of the victim in this case.

If you agree, please feel free to share your opinion with the Director of Public Prosecutions:

Public Prosecution Service (Head Office)
Suite 1225, Maritime Centre
1505 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3K5
Tel: (902) 424-8734
Fax: (902) 424-4484

 

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