Harmful Digital Communications Bill reported back
Harmful Digital Communications Bill reported back to
Parliament from select committee
you know that the Harmful Digital Communications Bill has
just been presented to the House back from the select
committee. It will be set down for its second reading.
Labour still supports the Bill but has some serious concerns
about it as set down below in our minority report.
welcome input from the community into possible SOPs for the
committee stage of the House and am open to anyone who wants
to discuss the revised Bill.
Here is a link to the
amended bill and the committee’s report: http://www.parliament.nz/en-nz/pb/sc/documents/reports/50DBSCH_SCR6221_1/harmful-digital-communications-bill-168-2
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