That means if they want to bring them back, Liberals would have to start from the beginning and reintroduce the bills.
Guest Columnist Erika Barootes writes that Parliament should fight back against the C-10 internet censorship bill.
“We will continue to do all we can to get it through as quickly as possible,” said Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault.
When asked why the initial draft of the bill excluded YouTube and now it doesn't, Guilbeault said it was decided by the committee only.
Opposition Leader Erin O’Toole called YouTube censorship a direct assault on political dissent on the internet.
Internet posters who don't follow that vision face fines up to $15 million.
The federal cabinet last Friday had MPs on the Commons heritage committee vote to regulate YouTube under the Broadcasting Act – despite an earlier pledge to...
Conservative MPs on Monday described the vote as dangerous overreach.
The feds said it will be up to YouTube management, not individual viewers to comply with the Broadcasting Act.
"This video has been removed for violating YouTube's Terms of Service," was what viewers saw when they clicked on the video.