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Foreign streamers wary of CRTC power under Online Streaming Act, CHPC told

News | 06/02/2022 4:53 pm EDT
YouTube's head of Canada government affairs and public policy Jeanette Patell testifying at the House of Commons Heritage Committee on May 31./ Photo via ParlVu

Alphabet Inc.‘s YouTube believes the provisions of Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act, give too much power to the CRTC to regulate content, the company’s head of government affairs and public policy told MPs on Tuesday.

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