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Court nixing Que. site-blocking ‘helpful’ against FairPlay: advocates

News | 07/24/2018 5:59 pm EDT
Montreal courthouse of the Quebec Superior Court, image via Wikipedia.

The Quebec Superior Court has ruled against a plan by the Quebec government that would have forced Internet service providers (ISPs) to block unauthorized gambling websites, in a decision that could be relevant for an anti-piracy proposal currently in front of the CRTC.

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