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Big telecoms ask MPs for beefed up anti-piracy measures

News | 09/27/2018 12:37 pm EDT
From right, Bell's Robert Malcolmson, Teksavvy's Andy Kaplan-Myrth, lawyer Jay Kerr-Wilson, Shaw's Cynthia Rathwell and Rogers' David Watt address the House industry committee on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018./ Screenshot via ParlVu.

Some of the battles taking place before the CRTC related to site-blocking are now playing out on Parliament Hill, as big telecoms ask MPs studying the Copyright Act to strengthen anti-piracy measures to respond to a new wave of commercial piracy.

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