Essentially, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) would regulate the internet and social media in line with their regulations for broadcasting services, should a bill like this pass.
After a conservative MP questioned whether Bill C-10 was aimed at silencing dissenting voices, the liberal Prime Minister responded, 'The tinfoil hats on the other side of the aisle are really quite spectacular.'
In short, today’s net neutrality is not about helping gamers and video consumers get more bandwidth. It is not about equality. Rather, it is about institutionalizing Internet censorship, forcing everyone who disseminates or transmits content to abide by infamous fact-checker rules as leftists determine them.