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Quebec Appeal Court upholds decision finding Quebec site blocking law unconstitutional 

News | 05/14/2021 5:10 pm EDT

Quebec’s Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from the province’s attorney general over its desire to have telecoms block access to illegal gambling sites. 

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