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MediaTube asking Supreme Court to review Bell Fibe case

News | 10/01/2019 5:44 pm EDT
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Six years after first filing suit alleging BCE Inc. infringed on its patent in the making of the telecom’s Fibe TV — and along the way suffering a number of decisions against it — MediaTube Corp. is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review its case. 

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