Canada to Compel YouTube, TikTok and Streamers to Boost Domestic Content

Canada approved legislation that targets what video- and audio-sharing platforms can broadcast to a Canadian audience, as the country follows in Europe’s footsteps in imposing a heftier regulatory burden on the digital sector. As contemplated under the new measures, users who search for music, television programming, films or do-it-yourself video shorts would get results incorporating a certain quota of Canadian-made content.

Source: Canada to Compel YouTube, TikTok and Streamers to Boost Domestic Content

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