Rights Tribunal Bans Reporting From The Hearing Room – On Last Day Of Hearing

Last live-blog from Andrew Coyne:

There will be no more liveblogging. As I left the courtroom for the lunch break, i was taken aside by a sheepish-looking court official, who said that he’d just learned that I had been “broadcasting” from inside the courtroom. So had I. Broadcasting, I said? I didn’t have a microphone, or a camera.

No, he explained: but liveblogging counts as broadcasting. It’s not the computer that’s the problem. You can type away on it all you want. If you step outside to send it, that’s okay, too. But if you send text from within the courtroom, that’s broadcasting.

Anyway, I gave him my solemn word that I would do no more broadcasting. What with the hearings being almost over and all. It seemed a fitting way to put a cap on the week.

The rest.

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2 responses to “Rights Tribunal Bans Reporting From The Hearing Room – On Last Day Of Hearing

  1. Pingback: Steyn Showtrial Wrap-Up « Free Mark Steyn!

  2. The star chambers must be having a cow that their hearings are being made public. Keep writing about it. Canadians must be made aware of this secret body of lefties, who have taken it upon themselves to control media content and information. All but a handful in the mainstream media are scared shitless of this left-wing censor body.

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