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Government’s proposed amendments to Radiocomm Act deficient, lawyer says

News | 10/31/2003 5:00 am EST

A lawyer active in fighting television signal piracy warns that changes the government is proposing to the Radiocommunication Act don’t go far enough, and ignore the huge leaps in technology available to those engaged in the trade. While encouraged that the government has finally indicated a willingness to amend the statute, Bill McKenzie, a senior partner with Crawford, McKenzie, McLean, Wilford, Anderson & Duncan LLP, cites a number of problems with the direction the government is taking.

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