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Twitter, Canadian government sued by ‘The New Corporation’ producers over ad policy

The Canadian law professor behind books and films criticizing the power of corporations is taking Twitter to court.

Joel Bakan of the University of British Columbia says Twitter is part of the modern public square, and a judge should not only order it to take ads promoting his documentary, but should require the government to pass a law protecting free expression on the platform.

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