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    Breaking down the federal government’s proposed new rules to limit online harms on social media platforms

    Canadian Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault in Ottawa in February 2020. The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld

    The federal government is proposing a new system for regulating harmful online content, including takedown requirements for social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube, the appointment of a new commissioner to enforce the rules, and new powers for security agencies.

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