Web Censorship “Disturbing”

Academics and human rights advocates say an internet censorship bill proposed by Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault is “aggressive,” “punitive” and “disturbing.” The bill to be introduced after lapsing in the last Parliament would penalize bloggers, Facebook users and internet publishers for legal content deemed harmful: ‘The proposals fail to account for the importance of protecting political dissent.’

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