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MPs highlight need for more regulation, enforcement of social media platforms in Canada 

Briefs | 02/11/2021 5:23 pm EST

In a Friends of Canadian Broadcasting panel on Thursday, MPs from the three major parties indicated support for additional regulations and enforcement to manage threats of violence stemming from social media platforms. 

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