Bill C-10 is largely designed to allow the Canadian Government to regulate streaming services and content, under the Broadcasting Act.  However, in last minute changes to the Bill, the government surprisingly dropped language that would have exempted user-generated content from regulation, which critics argue may allow the authorities to regulate individual conduct and content in a way that interferes with their freedom of expression.  While the Government says that its intent is not to render individual Canadians subject to regulation, it remains to be seen whether and how these changes (if they survive the legislative process) might impact individual users, vs. the online platforms they use.