First Revenge Porn Law Conviction

Remember when we told you the story of revenge porn and how it is affecting society in the modern world? Well, turn out the US and Britain government heard our prayers and there is more than one revenge porn law enforced in these countries. Here is what happened. News is breaking out that one Los Angeles man posted a topless […]

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The need for Laws Against Bullying

So many questions have been raised about bullying, including the biggest question: “Is bullying against the law?” In most states, bullying is against the law. However, there is no federal law specifically designed against bullying. Because of this, many states have needed to either find loop holes in current civil rights laws or create and pass new anti-bullying laws or […]

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Cyberbullying Laws in Canada

On December 12, 2014, Royal Assent was given to make into law, House Government Bill C-13 that was passed by the Parliament of Canada to change anti cyberbullying laws. The official title of the bill is, “An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Canada Evidence Act, the Competition Act and the Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Act.” The […]

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Safe Haven Law: Is it Really Enough?

For many years, society struggled with the dilemma of what to do with abandoned babies.  While practically everyone agreed that these children needed to be saved, there was a lot of debate on what to do about the parents (often mothers) who would leave young children in unsafe places in the hope that they would be found by someone who […]

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Discrimination in Canada

The best of us realize and fully understand that humans are all equal. There isn’t a race, ethnicity, gender, or religion that sets a group of people on a higher more superior stance than others. Others who live with such a conviction justify the abuse and the exploitation of those who are different from them. In today’s world, intolerance means […]

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