Politicians Accused Of Violating Canadians’ Rights By Blocking Them Online

TORONTO — The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association is looking into complaints from citizens who have been blocked on social media by politicians and government agencies, HuffPost Canada has learned.

“We have gotten complaints about this and, we are just grappling right now with the assessment,” Micheal Vonn, BCCLA’s policy director, said Wednesday. “People are asking about this very question.”

I admit to being a little torn by this…