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News | 04/16/2004 4:00 am EDT

CCTA copyright request on back burner at committee
The Canadian Cable Television Association’s (CCTA) request that the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology examine the issue of ISP liability in the context of ongoing copyright reforms won’t move forward just yet (CNM, April 2/04). Committee chair Brent St. Denis tells CNM that the body is still considering other legislation. "I haven’t really bent my attention to that at all. We’re really preoccupied with C-9, and we’ll probably get to C-2 before we even get to thinking about the copyright matter. But, I’m sure it will be discussed at our next business meeting."

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