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Unregulated algorithms is “privatized discoverability regulations” not consumer choice, Senate hears

News | 10/06/2022 6:22 pm EDT
Senate Chamber on Aug 8, 2018. / Hill Times

The question over the place of algorithms and discoverability in the Online Streaming Act is a question about who should set the course for Canadian culture, according to Brock University associate professor in Political Science Blayne Haggart.

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