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ISPs, Internet advertisers lay down fire over Competition Bureau draft guidelines

News | 09/06/2001 4:00 am EDT

Internet service providers and Internet advertisers are taking the Competition Bureau to task over proposed new guidelines that could make ISPs liable for online content and prevent foreigners from visiting some Canadian web sites. The regulatory battle ignited this summer when the bureau received some angry responses to its proposed new guidelines for Internet advertising.

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