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Rights holders, advocacy groups can intervene in site-blocking case

News | 06/24/2020 9:25 pm EDT
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In a closely-watched appeal of Canada’s first-ever site-blocking court order, the Federal Court of Appeal will allow six different sets of intervenors to file three different interventions, according to a decision issued Wednesday. 

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