• Liberal government won't reverse Bill C-10 amendment despite backlash

    13 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    The Heritage Committee won't reverse changes to Bill C-10 that would allow the CRTC to regulate Canadians' social media content.
    Conservative MP Rachael Harder argued the Heritage Committee went too far by removing the section of the bill that excluded user-generated content from regulation.
    With this change, content posted to platforms like YouTube would be regulated by the CRTC. The change has sparked an outcry from the public and experts who say it could infringe on free speech.
    The Liberal party effectively stopped the discussion on April 30th by voting to shut down the debate on the...
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