Blocking Canadians’ news posts will become common practice if the Trudeau government passes the proposed censorship bill.
by Clare Marie Merkowsky
Jun 9, 2023
(LifeSiteNews) — Facebook will run a test by blocking some Canadians from sharing news in anticipation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s internet censorship bill.
On June 1, Meta, the parent company in charge of social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, announced it will begin testing by censoring news websites for some Canadians in preparation for Bill C-18 that aims to censor online content across Canada.
“As we have shared, content from news outlets, including news publishers and broadcasters, will not be available to people accessing Facebook and Instagram in Canada if Bill C-18, the Online News Act, is passed into law,” the statement read.
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