The Spirit of the Law
News | 12/06/2001 5:00 am EST
It is a basic premise that the law should be clear so that people can know what is prohibited and what isn’t. This is as true of broadcasting regulation as any other area of the law. And yet, two recent examples suggest that the CRTC continues to struggle with this elementary principle.
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