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Online ad guidelines face further criticism

News | 09/20/2001 4:00 am EDT
The Competition Bureau is facing a serious backlash from some high-powered opponents in its bid to introduce new guidelines for online advertising. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Bar Association, Telus Corp and Bell Canada are among those raising a red flag in written comments responding to the proposed guidelines, released earlier this summer (CNM, June 14/01). The comments are in addition to those made by the Canadian Association of Internet Providers and the Internet Advertising Bureau of Canada (CNM, Sept. 5/01) on how the bureau should enforce the Competition Act on the Internet.

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