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Human rights/censorship conflict

Scheint so, als bekäme Zündel auch auf der 
anderen Seite des Teiches langsam heisse 


>Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 20:27:06 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Audrie Krause <audrie@netaction.org>
>Subject: Human rights/censorship conflict
>To: gilc-plan@gilc.org
>Reply-To: gilc-plan@gilc.org
>FYI, from Edupage:
>Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel is exposing identifiable groups to hatred or
>contempt through material on his Web site, a Canadian Human Rights
>Commission tribunal has been told.  The complaints arise from a
>California-based Internet site that targets Jews in Canada, commission
>lawyer Ian Binnie said yesterday.  The case is one of the first attempts to
>apply human rights laws to the Internet.  Under Canada's Human Rights Act,
>it is illegal to send telephone messages that could cause hatred or contempt
>of a special, identifiable group in Canada.  Joining Binnie in the case
>before the tribunal is the City of Toronto's race relations committee,
>Toronto resident Sabina Citron, a founding member of the Canadian Holocaust
>Remembrance Association, and representatives of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre
>and the League for Human Rights of B'nai Brith Canada. (Toronto Star 15
Oct 97)