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A few weeks ago, we received an alarming notification on our Instagram page. Meta would no longer be sharing our content in Canada, in retaliation against the Federal government’s Bill C-18.
We had though that maybe we’d be too small to be affected by this move, however it turns out we were wrong. Instead we have found ourselves to be reduced to collateral damage in the fight between the federal government and two tech giants. So then, what are our options, and what can we do to protect ourselves going forward?
To talk about that we invited on podcast professional, Matt Cundill of Sound Off Podcasts and Crier Media, to discuss the ins and outs of Bill C-18, how it will affect the digital and new media marketplace.
You can visit Matt’s website here: https://www.soundoffpodcast.com/
This Episode is brought to you by Graham Agnew of Dominion Lending
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The Quadrafonics: fantastic opening and closing tunes!