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Panelists call on government to rethink C-11

News | 11/17/2021 4:59 pm EST
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The Canadian government should broaden its consultation over its online harms bill, a Wednesday Canadian Internet Governance Forum (CIGF) panel hosted a 90-minute discussion on the topic of Regulating Online Harms in Canada.

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