Toews steps back from child pornographers comment - 2012-02-18

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F182.png Toews steps back from child pornographers comment February 18, 2012, Laura Payton, CBC News

Public Safety Minister Vic Toews is stepping back from comments he made Monday, sounding a more conciliatory note in the debate over legislation to give police greater powers to get information from internet service providers.

Asked Monday about privacy issues surrounding his new online surveillance bill, C-30, Toews told Liberal public safety critic Francis Scarpaleggia he could "either stand with us or with the child pornographers."

A number of critics have expressed concern about the bill, including Ontario's privacy commissioner.

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