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Bill C-10 doesn’t pose free speech concern despite social media impact, justice minister finds

Bill C-10 doesn’t pose free speech concern despite social media impact, justice minister finds

Bill C-10 doesn’t pose free speech concern despite social media impact, justice minister finds image
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Bill C-10’s amendments regulating everything you post on social media don’t pose any charter-related free speech concerns, Canada’s Justice Minister David Lametti said in the second charter review of the bill.

Read more: Feds asking Canadians to take ‘leap of faith’ that Bill C-10 won’t hurt free speech: experts

The finding was issued Thursday after a second charter statement was conducted on the bill. Opposition MPs had requested the new charter statement after multiple experts warned the latest version of the bill could allow the government to regulate everything you post on social media.

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