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Liberal internet bills would make Canada “most censored” democratic nation, advocates warn

TNC: An internet freedom advocacy group from Vancouver launched a petition calling for the government to not re-introduce Bill C-10 and Bill C-36 – two bills which critics warn would infringe on the free speech rights of Canadians online. According to the non-profit organization Open Media, Liberal Minister of Canadian Heritage Steven Guilbeault’s plan is meant to trick Canadians. “Liberals are poised to push forward with their harmful internet censorship plans,” Open Media Campaign Director Matthew Hatfield wrote in a message to donors. “Our newly-elected government is cynically taking advantage of our political fatigue and frustration with the internet to try to trick the public.”

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