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Senate votes against including financial, subscriber, thresholds in scope of Bill C-11

News | 11/29/2022 12:46 pm EST
Senate Chamber on Aug 8, 2018. / Hill Times

The Senate committee currently engaged in a clause-by-clause review of the Online Streaming Act, Bill C-11, opted not to include a financial or subscriber threshold in the act, Bill C-11, which many critics of the bill suggested in order to ease concerns that smaller players and individual content creators would be scoped into the bill.

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