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Bell Media censorship law would threaten online freedom

OpenMedia's Katy Anderson on why the proposed law will threaten freedom of expression in Canada

This week's guest thinks that the Bell Media-led campaign demanding the creation of an official federal government anti-piracy committee is a radical proposal that will lead to the censorship of legitimate online content and speech.

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In this conversation, OpenMedia's Katy Anderson joins host Andre Goulet to explain why she thinks the FairPlay coalition's proposed law will threaten freedom of expression in Canada. Plus, what effect could a federal anti-internet piracy commission have on the principles of Net Neutrality?

Find out more at dontcensor.ca, at michaelgeist.ca and at openmedia.org.

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