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Telecoms ‘caught off guard’ by allegations piracy promoted at retailers: Super Channel

News | 09/16/2019 6:38 pm EDT

Allarco Entertainment 2008 Inc.’s Super Channel held meetings with “totally surprised” representatives of Canadian telecoms in the weeks before it filed a Federal Court lawsuit against four major retailers, whose employees allegedly peddled the piracy benefits of media boxes they sold in stores. 

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