Sun May 20, 2012, 08:28 AM
marmar (63,450 posts)
Quebec student protesters find creative ways around controversial new law
The Canadian Press
MONTREAL — Only a day after becoming law, protesters were finding creative ways around Quebec’s controversial legislation aimed at restoring order in the province.
In an attempt to avoid hefty fines, one prominent student group took down its web page Saturday that listed all upcoming protests. Another anonymous web page with listings quickly popped up in its place — with a note discouraging people from attending.
The disclaimer is meant to evade new rules applying to protest organizers, who must provide an itinerary for demonstrations and could be held responsible for any violence.
The website also accepts submissions for future protests and suggests using a software that blocks a sender’s digital trail. ............................(more)
The complete piece is at: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/article/1181357--quebec-student-protesters-find-creative-ways-around-controversial-new-law?bn=1
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Sun May 20, 2012, 08:30 AM
LiberalFighter (31,462 posts)
1. They need to create software that creates a false digital trail
that leads to the police or someone in the government.
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