Man charged for sharing New Zealand shooting video — could this happen in Canada?

Man charged for sharing New Zealand shooting video — could this happen in Canada?

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New Zealand police on Monday said any possession or sharing of a video showing the fatal terrorist attack against two mosques in Christchurch has been classed as an offence.But what about in Canada?READ MORE: New Zealand police arrest man over video offences, remind public not to share mosque shooting footageDuring the attack that killed 50 people on March 15, the shooter live-streamed the massacre on Facebook for about 17 minutes using a head-mounted camera until police told the social media company to remove the video.Canadian human rights lawyer Richard Warman said the legality of sharing the video in Canada depends if the shooting suspect was spouting hate speech in the video. <input type="hidden" name="fallback" value="

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