Roy Green - Sun Nov 24 - Hour 2 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013-11-24T22:13:03Z 3:05: The new federal anti-cyberbullying law. The government declares the law will protect against cyberbullying and bullying through the "Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act". The government particularly pointed to the deaths of Rehtaeh Parsons in Nova Scotia and Amanda Todd in British Columbia as impetus for the legislation. While the law has been welcomed by parents, some critics have said it also allows Ottawa too much freedom to monitor internet activity by Canadian citizens. Guests: Leah Parsons, mother of Rehtaeh Parsons Carol Todd, mother of Amanda Todd Allan Hubley, father of Jamie of Ottawa who committed suicide in 2011 after bullying and cyberbullying (Allan Hubley is an Ottawa city councillor) David Fraser Internet law and privacy lawyer (Privacy Law Blog) - 3;20: More guests and comment on Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act legislation and the issue of protecting kids from bullying and cyberbullying. - 3:30: The LAST WORD to Callers: Experience with cyberbullying and bullying? Some argue today's kids are too soft and should just stand up for themselves more. Do you subscribe to, or challenge that point of view? - 3:45: Her name is Star. She is 25 years of age and Star revealed to the world this week that she is preparing to marry Charles Manson, the notorious serial killer who is 79 years of age and who has been imprisoned for the last 44 years. Star recently cut an "X" into her forehead in an attempt to copy Manson's swastika. Star bears a striking resemblance to Susan Atkins, a 1960's member of the Charles Manson 'family'. Star moved to California at age 19 and has been visiting Manson in prison since. What would possibly motivate a young woman to marry a 79 year old serial killer. Guest: Dr. Frank Farley. Psychologist and past president of the American Psychological Association. The "people's professor blog" on Psychology Today website.