Canada’s approach to web censorship — first let the flowers grow, then lop them off

Kevin Libin: “If indeed censorship is now the Anglosphere’s reflex — even the Americans have their famously curmudgeonly FCC, though its arena of influence is far more limited — at least one can say this about the Human Rights Commissions: it’s possible they have a relatively saner approach than our Commonwealth compatriots (Australia and the UK have institutions known as human rights commissions, too, but they lack the power to suppress speech). “