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Amanda Todd's mother says new online harms bill 'could have saved her life' | Canada Tonight

The Online Harms Act, tabled Monday by the Liberal government, proposes changes to the Criminal Code and new regulatory bodies to protect children and adults from abuse online. Carol Todd, the mother of Amanda Todd, a B.C. teen who died by suicide after being sexually extorted, says if this legislation had been in place when her daughter was alive, 'it could have saved her life.'