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Communications expert pushes back against Trudeau’s internet censorship bill during Senate hearing

Life Site News: 'A former chair of the Canadian Radio Television and Telecommunications Commission told the Senate that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s online censorship bill must be revised to protect free expression. Retired CRTC chair Konrad von Finckenstein warned at Tuesday’s Senate communications committee meeting that if Trudeau’s internet regulation bill, C-11, is passed, it will grant “vast powers to the CRTC.” Finckenstein told the committee that it is his opinion that the bill needs to be revised to exclude user-generated content from the scope of the CRTC in order to “respect the freedom of speech of Canadians.”'

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