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Today, Telus withdrew its adult content due to pressure from both business and Catholic organizations, including an instruction from Vancouver's Catholic archdiocese to cancel cell phone contracts at 130 parishes and schools.
"After receiving several hundred customer complaints — most of them from Western Canada — and a number of service cancellations, Telus has decided to discontinue the service", Johannsson said.
There will be no formal announcement of the decision."
Just because it's legal doesn't make it right.
As time goes on I think we are finding both sides of both lines - the legality line and the morality (for lack of a better term) line. There are things that fall on both sides of both lines. Sometimes just because it's illegal doesn't make it immoral and just because it is legal it doesn't make it moral.
The whole thing is that it tells you that the government doesn't always run things through their own personal sanity checks..