Trudeau’s online censorship law, Bill C-11, passes parliament

(True North) — The Trudeau government’s online censorship law passed the final stage of voting in the Senate, received royal assent and became law on Thursday evening.

Bill C-11, which updates Canada’s Broadcasting Act, will subject digital content creators to regulation by the Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). 

Senators voted 52-16 in support of the bill becoming law.”

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