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Radiocommunication Act lacks “teeth”, needs changes, says ExpressVu lawyer

News | 05/09/2002 4:00 am EDT

Despite the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision confirming that grey and black market satellite TV are illegal, changes are still needed to the Radiocommunication Act to help combat grey and black market activities, according to the winning lawyer in the case. Bill McKenzie, legal counsel to Bell ExpressVu LP in its fight against grey and black market dealers, points out that under the current legislation, it is cumbersome to apply punishment.

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