“Canadians go about their daily lives and routines. It’s easy to overlook the seemingly ordinary moments that make up our days.”
Shocked by the decision, Stahl quickly appealed to the Facebook police.
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But their survey contradicts an earlier government poll that showed a majority of Canadians were against Internet censorship.
Cabinet had been so confident of the bill’s passage it budgeted $3,164,228 last May 27 to have the CRTC begin preparatory work on regulating YouTube videos.
The Liberals on Monday in a 2021 Priorities Survey of party members dropped all mention of Internet regulation.
Blacklock's Reporter says the cabinet has proposed to appoint a chief censor, the Digital Safety Commissioner, to investigate anonymous complaints over content deemed hurtful.
Bill C-10 proposed that YouTube videos intended for private viewing be regulated as public broadcasts by the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.