Dating message board with photos
While online activity can be traced, criminal law requires proving The cyber intimidation law, C-13, was introduced in 2013 by the former justice minister, Peter Mac Kay (centre), shown here flanked by the ex-public safety minister, Steven Blaney and Lianna Mc Donald, head of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection.(Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press) But police need to take these complaints seriously, said Eltis.
The first post naming Hannah appeared on the Montreal message board in June. And I won't let it." From a criminal law perspective, police have tools at their disposal to track online activity.The more explicit pictures and videos are posted on Vola pages.