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Removal of harmful content will be contentious, IIC panel says

News | 05/16/2023 4:58 pm EDT
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OTTAWA–When the government finally gets around to introducing its online harms bill, it should feature a regulator who can deal with the conundrum of “lawful but awful” content, a conference was told Tuesday. 

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