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Site-blocking is domain of CRTC, TekSavvy tells court

News | 09/24/2019 9:16 pm EDT
TekSavvy releases quarterly transparency report

Even if the large telecoms satisfy the court’s threshold to move forward with forcing internet service providers (ISPs) to block a website involved in alleged copyright infringing activity, it should not grant the application because it would usurp the authority of the CRTC, TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is arguing in fresh documents filed in Federal Court on Monday. 

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