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Regulating online hate will have unintended, but predictable, consequences

By Garth Davies, Associate professor, Criminology, Simon Fraser University
Sarah Negrin, Masters student, Criminology, Simon Fraser University
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The Canadian government is currently holding consultations on a new online hate bill. This bill would update Bill C-36, which addresses hate propaganda, hate crimes and hate speech; the amendment died following the election call last year.

Hate propagated on social media and other online spaces has grown exponentially in the past couple of years, driven…The Conversation

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