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Experts question effectiveness of online harm regulator

News | 03/31/2021 6:03 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault arrives at West block for the recall of the House of Commons on July 20, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

Panelists reflecting Wednesday on Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault’s description of how a new regulator that could be formed through anti-online harm legislation that has yet to be tabled are critical of what one called an “opaque” process.

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