Bill C-11 Should it become law, the measure will target the online feeds of Canadians. Your homepage on YouTube could be one of the sites that is impacted, as the content there will be prioritized in accordance with the objectives of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).
The Canadian federal government is making an effort to impose regulations on the Internet. The law infringes on both the right to free expression and the right of Canadians to choose what they watch online.
So, what options do people in Canada have? How can one escape being censored by the government?
The answer, in a nutshell, is to subscribe to a VPN service.
A Virtual Private Network, more commonly abbreviated to VPN, creates a private and encrypted connection between your devices and the public internet. It serves the purpose of preventing unreliable third parties, such as the CRTC, from controlling or monitoring what you search for or view on the internet. In other words, you can make it appear as though you are not in Canada in order to circumvent the requirements of the CRTC.
You will find several examples of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) below for you to look at.
Some other strategies are to book mark your favourite news websites.
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