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May 02, 2013 - Posted by Thomas Rose

Brian Burke says anonymous bloggers have deliberately set out to ruin his good name.  As his defamation suit against those bloggers goes forward, perhaps it is time to begin a discussion about whether internet anonymity should be restricted, writes J-Source law editor Thomas Rose.

Jul 03, 2007 - Posted by Abby Goodrum
Created by Investigative Reporters and Editors, Inc. This site provides access to reporter contacts, links, and resources searchable by beat.
Mar 21, 2007 - Posted by Julie Ryland
This interactive map, by Southern Poverty Law Centre, enables you to see the active hategroups in each state in the U.S, and which category they belong to; e.g. neo-nazi or Ku Klux Klan. You can view the exact city in which they are located and the names of the groups. The site also has information about the different hategroups and what they stand for, and the groups can be sorted according to these categories as well as placed out on the map.
Feb 19, 2007 - Posted by Julie Ryland
The Canadian Department of Justice's website gives a thorough and comprehensive explanation of, and guide to, how the the Canadian court system works. There are also sections for information about law enforcement, crime statistics, corporate publications, law societies and Canadian laws, as well as links to other resources regarding the legal system.
Feb 19, 2007 - Posted by Julie Ryland
This site also presents general information about Canada's judicial system, but the focus is on the supreme court and its functional role in the court system. There is information about the history of the Supreme Court in Canada, how it was created, its missions and objectives, judges of the court, administration of the court, performance reports and news releases.
Feb 19, 2007 - Posted by Julie Ryland
Statistics Canada provides data tables and statistics related to crime and justice in Canada. The tables are sorted into categories such as; "civil courts and family law," "correctional services", "crimes and offences," "justice system spending," victims and victimization" and "criminal courts." The tables can be searched alphabetically, or by subject, province, territory, or metropolitan area.
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