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Canada’s Orwellian online harms Bill

5 March 2024

5:15 PM

5 March 2024

5:15 PM

There’s a way of getting children to eat something they dislike – medicine, for example – where you bury the goods in a spoonful of jam. Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are trying this method with their Online Harms Bill C-63. But it may not go down as well as they hoped.

The stated intent of the Bill is something every decent person supports: protecting children from online victimisation.

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