Bill C-18 passed the second to last vote. In response, Facebook announced that news links in Canada will be blocked.
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The case for Bill C-11 being unconstitutional is quite clear, but the likelihood that the Senate will defend the Charter is low.
The Canadian senate is now officially the only thing standing in the way of Bill C-11 abolishing freedom of expression.
In this seventh instalment of the vlog, I react to a Bloc MP’s defence of Bill C-11 where she says its “worth it” to violate
Google’s appearance before a House of Commons committee happened and Liberal and NDP MPs made it a massive waste of time.
In this sixth instalment of the vlog, I discuss the Canadian governments rejection of the Bill C-11 fix.
After Google received a House of Commons summons, the media is suggesting that Google CEO’s should be arrested for sending other representatives.
Canada’s bill C-18 (AKA Link Tax legislation) has passed the House of Commons committee process. It now moves on to third reading.
Not entirely surprising, but Bill C-11 has passed the House of Commons stages in secret rushed processes.
With Bill C-10 being stuck in a senate committee, we look back at three moments that arguably contributed to this bills downfall.