Summary: The measures designed to regulate audiovisual content that targets children are based on mechanisms that control the environments in which such content circulates. These measures are necessarily neater and more effective in the case of broadcasting than in the case of the Internet. After all, there is a finite number of broadcasters in Canada, and each operates under a licence issued by the CRTC. In contrast, there is, relatively speaking, an infinite number of purveyors of content on the Internet, and they are unregulated and scattered across the globe. In that sense, there are no boundaries on the Internet in
ISBN: 9780773542099