Would Taming Big Tech Curtail Democracy?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The debate around Bill C-10, through which the federal government hopes to impose some restrictions on American social media giants, has resulted in controversy about whether such controls could result in stifling free speech. In another instalment of The Democracy Agenda, a partnership between TVO and the Toronto Star, Laura Tribe, executive director of Open Media; Daniel Bernhard, executive director of Friends of Public Broadcasting; and the Toronto Star's Navneet Alang, discuss the merits and problems of the bill.
Episode:
Do Democracies Need to Change?
Aired:
May 13, 2021
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