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Copyright Board takes two issues off the table in phase one of JumpTV proceedings

News | 07/25/2001 4:00 am EDT
JumpTV.com Canada Inc has cleared two hurdles before the Copyright Board of Canada in its bid to become a legitimate retransmitter protected by law. Last week, board officials told participants in the landmark proceedings that the availability of Internet programming by broadcasters and others won’t enter the debate, and the existence and effectiveness of border controls will be moot in the first phase of proceedings set to begin in early December.

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