Hate and paranoia abound in political social media, as federal Liberals prepare to intervene
The German online hate speech law which the government may view as a model could lead to social media platforms over-suppressing online speech, says law professor Karen Eltis.
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault has been assigned by the prime minister to take action to curb online hate and harassment. Racist, sexist, and violent comments, as well as conspiracy theories, are commonplace in online discussions of Canadian politics. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade