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News laws to tackle internet role in aiding suicide

July 29, 2018
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Using the internet to incite or help a person commit suicide willbe banned and cost offenders up to $110,000 in fines under new lawsto be introduced into Parliament this week. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 March, 2005)
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Euthanasia groups that provide ‘how to’ suicide guides to theterminally ill face fines under new laws. (The Age — 9 March, 2005)
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The Federal Government is working to introduce hefty fines for people who promote suicide on the Internet Under legislation to be introduced this week corporations will be fined up to $500 000 and (ABC News — 9 March, 2005)
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New laws imposing heavy fines on people who promote suicide oninternet websites could catch thousands of innocent people, aleading euthanasia advocate said today. (Sydney Morning Herald — 10 March, 2005)
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Labor has welcomed a federal government plan to criminalise use ofthe internet to promote suicide. (Sydney Morning Herald — 9 March, 2005)
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