Canadian anti-spam bill (C-27) killed by prorogation
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephan Harper, plans to prorogue parliment (an extended break/suspension with no elections) so MPs won’t be distracted with governing the country while Canada’s Olympic hockey teams are kicking the snot out of the world. Micheal Geist posted last week about how this will kill a few important technology-related bills which were making their way through the process. Basically any bills which did not have royal assent are dead and will need to start the process over — Canada’s anti-spam bill (C-27) is one of those casualties. Of course there’s lots of speculation as to why the PM wants to shut down the show for a couple of months but, thankfully, I don’t write a political blog.
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