The debate over the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act (C-30) is somewhat off the mark, opines Jordon Cooper for The Star Phoenix. "If privacy is what we are concerned about, we are years too late. That information is bought, sold and commercialized daily, and it's only going to get worse in the future," he writes. Meanwhile, Alan Shanoof opines for the Toronto Sun that anyone concerned about the effects Bill C-30 would have on privacy "should be concerned about the "actual erosion of privacy rights in existing federal law known as the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act."
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