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CCTA and CAIP applaud rare guidance on C-15 rule interpretation by minister

News | 10/18/2001 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) is applauding rare guidance from the justice minister on how new draft legislation on Internet child pornography should be interpreted. Bill C-15 puts new powers in the hands of government to combat child porn, but both the CCTA and Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) say some provisions relating to ISPs are inappropriate, putting responsibility for take-down of offending material and liability for access in their hands.

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