Regulatory bodies shouldn’t make special deals with conglomerates, conference told
News | 04/30/2002 4:00 am EDT
The CRTC and other government regulatory bodies shouldn’t cave into pressure from large conglomerates when faced with difficult regulatory and policy conundrums, a communications law conference was told last week. This was one of the key arguments made by Chris Taylor, an Ottawa-based communications lawyer, who presented a paper on communications regulation in the near future, The Shape of Things to Come: Regulatory Choices in Communications Over the Next Five Years.
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