Google Canada weighs in on C-10 discoverability debate

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In its current form, Bill C-10 would mean YouTube users would "see suggestions not based on their personal preferences or even what is most relevant, but what the government decides is 'Canadian,'" according to Google.

In its current form, Bill C-10 would mean YouTube users would “see suggestions not based on their personal preferences or even what is most relevant, but what the government decides is ‘Canadian,’” according to Google.

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