The Senate has resumed and is apparently debating whether to let Bill C-11 receive royal assent. This without the critical fix.
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Pablo Rodriguez has called Canadian digital first creators “loopholes”. The dismissal should be concerning to independent online news outlets.
The Canadian government has rejected the 4.2 amendment of Bill C-11, proving once again that regulating user generated content is the point.
As Bill C-11 continues to make it’s way through, Canadian content creators are contemplating leaving the country.
Blatant corruption continues to be on display as the Heritage Minister was clinking wine glasses with lobbyists.
One of the underlying arguments for Bill C-11 is that Canadian voices are being suppressed on social media. Where’s the evidence of this?
We recently saw another attempt to defend Bill C-11. It’s from an author whose claims we previously debunked.
A promise was made to update the rules of what counts as Canadian. The only after Bill C-11 passes.
The good news: Liberals are finally listening to creators. The bad news: Because they’re openly attacking them over Bill C-11.
The failures of Bill C-11 is reaching critical proportions. When asked, MPs supporting the bill didn’t know how creators would benefit.