Episode 89: A Special Episode on Debating Bill C-10 at the Canadian Heritage Committee

October 28, 2021 00:34:15
Episode 89: A Special Episode on Debating Bill C-10 at the Canadian Heritage Committee
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Episode 89: A Special Episode on Debating Bill C-10 at the Canadian Heritage Committee

Oct 28 2021 | 00:34:15

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Show Notes

With yesterday’s Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage meeting with experts on Bill C-10 and its implications for freedom of expression, this is a special Law Bytes episode featuring my opening statement and engagement with Members of Parliament. The discussion canvassed a wide range of issues including how regulating user generated content makes Canada an outlier worldwide, the impact on net neutrality, and why discoverability requirements constitute speech regulation. There is a second post that features my opening statement to the committee.

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Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, May 17, 2021

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