The Canadian Government Has Funded a Notorious Censorship Company for a Decade
September 21, 2016
While Justin Trudeau is busy promoting the image of a newly enlightened Canada on the world stage, a company headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario is allegedly silencing dissidents and religious minorities in Bahrain by censoring the internet on behalf of that country’s repressive government.
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