Bill C-11 Canada’s SOPA

If you followed the now delayed SOPA Piracy Bill in the US, (our review) then you should also know about Bill C-11 here in Canada.
Amendments are being proposed to Bill C-11 that would introduct SOPA like wordings and control. the Huffington Post has an interesting article this morning about it:

With Bill C-11 back on the legislative agenda at the end of the month, Canada will be a prime target for SOPA style rules. In fact, a close review of the unpublished submissions to the Bill C-32 legislative committee reveals that several groups have laid the groundwork to add SOPA-like rules into Bill C-11, including blocking websites and expanding the “enabler provision” to target a wider range of websites.

How do you feel about SOPA coming to Canada?

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