Senators Urge Narrower Libel Law Against Terrorism Claim

Canadian legislatures should narrow defamation law to protect public figures from so-called SLAPP lawsuits when speaking out on terrorism, says the Senate national security committee. The panel yesterday urged measures to shield lawmakers and pundits from “vexatious litigation” by groups accused of terrorist affiliation: “Those who have a different ideology have brought libel suits”.

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