A Charter of Rights for Internet Users: For a Canadian Perspective

Author

Anaïs Beaulieu-Laporte

Organization

Union des consommateurs

Published

2019

Summary

This study analyses ongoing debates about the development of Internet user’s charters of rights and examines where Canada’s new Digital Charter stands in the debates around Internet users’ rights, what protection they deserve and what role government should play.

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OCA Funded Research
This research received funding support through the Office of Consumer Affairs' Contributions Program.


Contact information

Address
Union des consommateurs
7000 Parc Ave, Suite 201
Montreal, QC  H3N 1X1
Telephone
(514) 521-6820
Fax
(514) 521-0736

Source: Consumer Policy Research Database

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