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Timothy Denton

Timothy Denton is a lawyer by training who practices principally in telecommunications and Internet policy and domain name issues, with a strong concentration on explaining what the technology is and what it means.

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    Jacinda Ardern didn't feel like she was 'tough enough' for politics | CNN


    Jacinda Ardern represents a large and growing sentiment among left wingers that the problems of climate change skepticism, resistance to the great replacement, meaning mass immigration in societies undergoing demographic collapse, and hate, meaning whatever the political left does not like to hear about race, sex, class, ethnicity or culture, can be solved by speech controls. 

  • Is a regulated Internet still the Internet, or is it a giant cable system? The following is my presentation to the Senate Committee studying the On-Line Streajming Act.


    Hey there! Sometimes you have a good day, and that was captured last year in an interview with Senator Pamela Wallin on the subject of the then Bill C-10, now reintroduced as Bill C11, the update to the Broadcasting Act. The issues are exactly the same.


    Freedom of speech, censorship, what the Internet accomplished and why the Broadcasting model seeks to destroy it. No innovation without permission.




  • Inquisition - Wikipedia

    The CRTC recently reproved Radio Canada for discussing Les Negres Blancs d'Amerique, an anti-capitalist and anti-English tract of the 1960s. Apparently Radio Canada should not have mentioned the title even in the French language. Only two Commissioners dissented, pointing out that the Constitutional right to free speech might be involved, a point totally ignored by the other Commissioners.


    The Trudeau government’s plans to regulate the global internet and interfere with Canadians’ freedom of expression continues to confuse the legislation’s proponents.

     While opponents to the Online Streaming Act (Bill C-11) are clear that the CRTC's authority over the online world will restrict citizens’ ability to communicate without restriction, Parliamentary hearings this week elicited the deep incoherence of its defenders.


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