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Feds considering site-blocking proposal

News | 04/14/2021 6:20 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault arrives at West Block on June 2, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The federal government has launched a consultation document to solicit feedback on whether or not it should allow internet service providers to unilaterally block certain websites from users in order to protect copyright holders. 

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