Sourcebook of Canadian Media Law
This edition examines the Canadian Constitution and its effect on the principle of freedom of expression. The balance of the book directs attention to the laws that have been enacted that limit such freedom.
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Legal Limitations Protecting Social Values and Social Groups
Legal Limitations Arising from Private Rights
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