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Quebec online gambling law would have ‘huge’ costs for ISPs: CWTA

News | 05/26/2016 9:57 pm EDT

New Quebec legislation forcing Internet service providers (ISPs) to block certain online gambling websites from being accessed in the province could put smaller ISPs out of business, industry reps said.

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