DAHLIA: Quebec’s Quiet Bill 74 And Its Unprecedented Internet Censorship

April 4, 2016

Could this be unprecedented censorship or unprecedented protection?

Quebec has introduced a little-publicized bill that has people across the country talking. Is a free and open Internet being threatened in La Belle Province? And can that set a new precedent in Canada?

Read more at: http://www.cjob.com/2016/04/04/dahlia-quebecs-quiet-bill-74-and-its-unprecedented-internet-censorship/


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