By Steve FaguyIT’S THE VERY LAST item in a 600-page budget document and since it was announced in March literally nothing has happened with it, but the Quebec government’s proposal to block illegal gambling websites has disturbed the Internet Society enough that six months later, it sent a letter to the government warning it about the consequences.The letter, dated Aug. 4 but published on Sept. 24, lays out in simple terms the problem with the yet-to-be-proposed legislation, saying it would cost more to implement than it will gain in additional revenue, that it would be economically unfeasible for small Internet service providers, that...
Internet Society warns Quebec government about attempting internet censorship
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