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Telus, OPL respond to CIPPIC DRM study

News | 09/27/2007 7:02 pm EDT

Representatives from Telus Corp. and the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) have responded to the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) report alleging both organizations offered digital rights management (DRM)-enabled services that violated privacy laws. While both parties seem sincere in their desires to protect customer privacy, opinions appear to differ about what is considered personal property.

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