Censorship State

Bill C-11 will allow Canada’s Internet to be “censored” by unelected bureaucrats.

Canada’s Internet landscape is set to be fundamentally changed. Receiving little attention from the mainstream media, Bill C-11 passed the House of Commons in June and will shortly be passed through the Senate and await Royal Assent. This bill will open the floodgates for unelected bureaucrats, appointed by the government of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to censor and regulate everything on the Internet.

Read more at “Trudeau’s Impending Censorship State”

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