Canadians Try to Block Bill C11, Which Provides Police With The Power To Demand User Information WITHOUT a Warrent


Internet law expert Michael Geist recently revealed that behind-the-scenes, Big Media is pushing for powers that include website blocking4, Internet termination for unproven allegations of infringement5, and huge threats for sites that host user-generated content (like YouTube)6 in addition to the “most restrictive digital lock provisions in the world,”7 which are already in Bill C-11.

This approach is backwards: it suffocates online choice and it’s patently unfair.

It’s time for policy makers to stop listening to megacorporate lobbyists and work to put Canada on the map as a leader in Internet openness and affordability.

Tell the Prime Minister and the Industry Minister to say no to the Internet lockdown before it’s too late.

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