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Maria Ortiz July 2, 2013

What’s more unpleasant is that Canada is setting a bad example. If a G8 country is doing it, other G8 countries, not to mention the smaller ones, might decide to do the same. What’s next? Everybody who is fighting spam is a criminal, maybe?

Bryan July 31, 2013

I think this is one proof that lawmakers need to understand every issue that they handle. In the case of spam, they need to know more than just its definition and what it can do. It’s not enough to just read about spam, they should also experience what it is like to be spammed. Maybe that will put them in their right places. If lawmakers continue to rely on their staff for the bulk of their work – research work – I believe that what Maria said is possible. In the coming years, we may see spam fighters labeled as criminals. Isn’t this simply frustrating?

Clarence July 31, 2013

And yet it makes me wonder why Canada doesn’t belong to the top countries to generate spam. It’s therefore not that strong yet, but it doesn’t have to mean that the government should be very complacent. Otherwise, the minister’s opinion may eventually become a fact. Get that law passed and implement it fully.

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