The Canadian government is proposing provisions for "removal of terrorist propaganda" from the internet, which follow similar efforts in the U.K. and Australia. Free speech advocates are critical of all three efforts.
The rollout of the new terror legislation went well, mostly. The prime minister's speech was clear and well staged. A friendly crowd applauded on cue. But it wasn't all statesman, all the time. It's an election year, after all, writes Terry Milewski.