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Online harms panel finds diverging opinions on content removal for planned legislation

News | 07/08/2022 5:11 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez speaks with reporters in Ottawa on May 13, 2019./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

The removal of problematic content online remains a heavily debated issue for experts consulted on Canada’s controversial online harms bill. 

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