The federal government is facing an uproar over controversial changes to a bill that would bring videos and other content posted to social media sites like YouTube?under the purview of the country’s broadcasting regulator.
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But critics argue they amount to an unjust infringement on the Charter of Rights’pictured in a file photo?guarantee of free speech.?
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