During the throne speech earlier this week, the government made a vague promise to “take action against online hate.”
But how does the government define what constitutes “hate?” Will the government change the way Canadians access the internet?
True North’s Sam Eskenasi takes a look at how hate crimes laws might be used to regulate the internet.
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