Google News article Google Trends shows that the country has become a major online media market in the past year.
There were 2,872 unique searches per day for “internet media regulation” in November 2016.
The top search term in November was “internet governance”.
This suggests that the public has started to understand that the internet is not regulated by the government, and that a public debate about the future of the internet can occur.
This was a clear message in the debate that took place in the Canadian Parliament last week when a motion was put to change the law.
The internet has always been a big topic in Canada, and it is likely that the discussion around the future internet is just starting to unfold.
However, Canada has also seen a number of other high profile examples of internet freedom in recent years.
In May 2017, Google announced it would be shutting down the Google News app.
The company has since reversed the decision, but the move did not go down well with some internet users.
Google is known for its strong stance on privacy and the free flow of information online, and the company is very much in favour of free speech online.
However, Google has recently made a move that has some internet commentators concerned.
Last week, Google’s chief executive officer Eric Schmidt announced that the company would be moving its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Dublin, Ireland.
He said the move would allow the company to move its business operations to the more economically vibrant parts of the world.
This move has caused a stir among some internet commenters, who argued that the move could lead to the end of the web as we know it.
This is an interesting and potentially significant decision that will have implications for the future evolution of the global internet.
This decision could be a catalyst for changes in how we access the internet and the way we organise our lives online.
While the internet has become more accessible in recent months, there is still a long way to go before it becomes the dominant technology for information on the web.
Many of the issues that have been brought up in the media around the issue of internet regulation are still to be resolved.
There is no doubt that there are many issues to be sorted out.