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FUREY: Yes, Trudeau still plans on regulating the internet

True North's Anthony Furey says if the government goes forward with this, they need to 100% clear with Canadians.

Justin Trudeau has instructed his new Heritage Minister, Steven Guilbeault, to “create new regulations for social media platforms” and to force social media companies to remove “hate speech within 24 hours or face significant penalties.”

But Trudeau fails to define exactly what he means by “hate speech.” How will they determine who to ban on social media? Without a definition, this new law has the potential for political abuse.

True North’s Anthony Furey says if the government goes forward with this, they need to 100% clear with Canadians.

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