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CKUT's OTH: "Hey, Do You Use The Internet?"

Concordia Students Protest Bill C-11, The Canadian Version of SOPA

by Takuro UeharaElizabeth Fox

CKUT's OTH: "Hey, Do You Use The Internet?"

On Febuary 10th Nadim Kobeissi, a  Concordia University student organized a demonstration against Bill C-11, which resembles that of SOPA in United states. The bill enforces internet locks and copy right regulations unlike any we seen in Canada. CKUT's Takuro Uehara and Liz Fox went to the demonstrationto hear what some Concordia students had to say.

This report originally aired on CKUT's Off The Hour on Friday, Febuary, 10th,
17-18h.

 

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