"We as individuals…do not know how our thoughts and beliefs and behaviour are being influenced" - The Democracy Project
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"We as individuals…do not know how our thoughts and beliefs and behaviour are being influenced"

Outside influences are actively trying to alter Canadians’ online and offline behaviour, according to  Taylor Owen.  Owen (Beaverbrook Chair of Media, Ethics and Communication, McGill University) speaks to The Democracy Project on why it is time to bring greater transparency and regulation online.

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