Federal government kills Internet-snooping bill

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OTTAWA — Almost one year after introducing its controversial Internet-surveillance bill, the federal government has conceded the legislation is officially dead due to public outrage.

Shortly after tabling new legislation that incorporates some of the less contentious elements of Bill C-30 related to emergency wiretaps, Justice Minister Rob Nicholson admitted Monday that the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act will not proceed.

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