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Distributel asks court for ability to challenge future site-blocking

News | 09/19/2019 7:22 pm EDT
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In the event Federal Court allows a site-blocking application brought by three of the country’s largest broadcasters, Distributel Communications Ltd. wants to ensure internet service providers (ISPs) can challenge subsequent orders brought to their doorstep and be compensated for any legal action taken against them for complying. 

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