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Internet advertising to fall under Elections Canada rules; new law expected by May

News | 04/06/2000 4:00 am EDT

A bill to be passed in Parliament shortly will usher Canada's federal election laws into cyberspace while regulators south of the border still struggle with the changes technology has wrought. The new rules will result in Internet service providers being subject to the same guidelines for election advertising as broadcasters and print media.

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