CBC Leads ‘Advocacy’ Study

The CBC and five subsidized press associations pledge to “advocate for initiatives to reduce if not prevent online harm,” according to a network statement. The advocacy comes ahead of internet censorship bills by Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault, including a proposal to block websites and appoint a chief censor called the Digital Safety Commissioner: “We think industry-wide data will help us to advocate.”

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