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Carriers likely to bear brunt of content regulation in future: CRTC-commissioned report

News | 09/12/2008 9:24 pm EDT

Content providers in Canada could see a future with stable public subsidies and little or no regulation, while telephone, cable, ISPs and other carriers are likely to become established “tax collectors” for content production. It’s a prediction infrastructure providers won’t like, but a leading U.S. economist and media expert warns could be inevitable.

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