Some people out there are apparently trying to argue that this applies to a handful of sites. That doesn’t seem to be the case.
Recently, the Canadian Press published a fact checking article on Bill C-11 (Online Streaming Act). Sadly, they got a lot wrong.
The EFF points out that alleged fixes to KOSA don’t go far enough, explaining why it’s still a censorship bill.
Linus Tech Tips has faced controversy over the accuracy of some of their videos. They have since apologized and vowed changes.
Could lightening strike twice with the drama on Reddit? Two projects are hoping to make that happen.
While Bill C-18 supporters continue to insist that social media depends entirely on news links, more data is showing otherwise.
The Liberal convention is continuing right now, but one resolution that was passed called for censoring the media.
The ink was still drying on the Royal Assent of Bill C-11 and lobbyists just couldn’t help themselves about social media.
Mastodon’s growth continues it’s quick pace of growth after it reached 11 million users. That’s a 1 million user increase in a month.
With Mastodon’s rise along with decentralized social media, where could things go to from here if it continues to follow file-sharing’s footsteps?