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Get rid of digital media exemption, CUPE asks CRTC

Briefs | 02/16/2018 4:31 pm EST

CUPE’s Provincial Council for Communications (CPSC) in Quebec is calling on the CRTC to drop the rules that exempt digital over-the-top (OTT) services from the same regulations as traditional broadcasters, in a news release on Friday.

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