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Tucows strikes back in defamation fight

News | 08/21/2002 4:00 am EDT
Tucows Inc., the domain name registry being sued over alleged defamatory statements it made about the Domain Registry of Canada Inc. (DROC) and the Domain Registry of America Inc. (DROA), has fired back with a counter suit of its own (CNM, July 25/02). Late last month, Tucows asked the Supreme Court of Ontario to hear its own case that the business practices of DRC and DRA have harmed its own operations, and is seeking damages to undo some of the harm.

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