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Freedom of expression regulation concerns on C-11 are “silly”: CRTC’s Scott

News | 05/16/2022 6:55 pm EDT
CRTC chair Ian Scott in conversation with reporter Anja Karadeglija at the 2022 International Institute of Communications Canada annual conference (photo The Wire Report).

CRTC chair Ian Scott told conference attendees that his agency has the knowledge base to be able to regulate the streaming giants, after concern was raised that it would be too much for the commission to handle.

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