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Industry stakeholders wrangle over draft regulations for Internet retransmitters

News | 03/28/2002 5:00 am EST

Little to no consensus on Internet retransmission has emerged even in the wake of a compromise draft position put forward by the federal government. On March 19, the departments of Canadian Heritage and Industry Canada circulated a consultation document to industry stakeholders for feedback, titled Retransmission Conditions Regulations, which spells out several options for defining Bill C-48, the government bill to amend the retransmission section (Section 31) of the Copyright Act.

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