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Privacy, 'cyberbullying' bill and pre-summer blitz on Wednesdays with Kady

Kady O'Malley took your questions on the government's efforts to crack down on "online crime" with a bill that has come under heavy fire by privacy advocates, as well as the start of the traditional pre-summer legislative blitz that will see MPs sit until midnight until they head home in June.

Latest developments on 'cyberbullying' bill, Supreme Court intrigue on weekly chat agenda

CBC.ca politics blogger Kady O'Malley chats weekly with readers on Wednesdays With @Kady. (CBC)

Despite widespread concern over privacy implications, Justice Minister Peter MacKay says he won't split his controversial bid to crack down on "online crime," which includes new measures to combat "cyberbullying" as well new powers to give law enforcement access to private information.

Meanwhile, MPs are gearing up for a few weeks of parliamentary overtime as the government adds extra hours to the House workday in an effort to get key bills through the Commons before MPs head home for the summer.

Finally, newly released documents raise more questions about the Supreme Court Quebec appointment process, and the now-mooted nomination of Federal Court of Appeal judge Marc Nadon.

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