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Former commissioner laughs at idea that CRTC is capable of handling C-11; PIAC advocates for static discoverability

News | 09/15/2022 1:22 pm EDT
Chairperson of the Internet Society Canada Chapter and former CRTC commissioner Tim Denton speaks to the Senate Committee on Transport and Communication on Sep. 14, 2022/ photo via ParlVu

The idea that the CRTC is capable of handling the regulations to implement the Online Streaming Act is laughable according to a former national commissioner who literally guffawed at the idea Wednesday evening as the Senate studied Bill C-11.

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