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Opposition mounts to opening up radio licensing information to third parties

News | 11/13/2001 5:00 am EST

Law enforcement agencies, federal government departments, and major telecommunications carriers are citing the events of Sept. 11 in telling Industry Canada not to make any changes to the current framework regarding the release of radio licensing information to the general public. They say that in the wake of the terrorist attacks, tighter controls on access to the spectrum holdings of law enforcement agencies is paramount to maintaining solid national security.

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