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‘Net effects on communications policy

News | 06/28/2000 4:00 am EDT

Canada isn’t the only country in the world struggling to cope with the staggering influence the Internet is having on communications policies. In the U.S. – like in Canada – regulatory policies rooted in monopolies and oligopolies are quickly evolving to become instruments of international trade and domestic expression. And the catalysts driving this change are high-speed computing, digitization and, of course, the Internet.

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