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Heritage Committee strikes social media exemption from C-10; moves away from 7 year licence terms

News | 04/23/2021 8:56 pm EDT
The CRTC's headquarters at the Terrasses de la Chaudière complex in Gatineau, Que./ Wire Report photo.

The House of Commons Heritage committee has moved to strike an exemption for content posted on social media sites from regulation in the government’s much-watched update to the Broadcasting Act, known as Bill C-10. 

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