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Online News Act leads to internet fragmentation: Internet Society

News | 02/17/2023 4:20 pm EST
Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez holds a press conference in West Block on Feb. 2, 2022 to speak with reporters about an act to amend the Broadcast act./ photo by Andrew Meade

The Online News Act, Bill C-18, will “fundamentally change the relationship between people and the internet,” if passed, according to the Internet Society (ISOC).

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