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Bill C-10 only a ‘temporary approach’ to regulating online services: Friends

News | 02/05/2021 5:39 pm EST
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault arrives at West block for the recall of the House of Commons on July 20, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

In a preliminary study on the government’s overhaul of the Broadcasting Act through Bill C-10, watchdog group Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Friday submitted a number of amendments the group says will strengthen the government’s ability to regulate foreign streamers like Netflix Inc. 

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