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Federal Court of Appeal dismisses BDUs’ appeal of distant signal tariffs

News | 07/23/2021 6:34 pm EDT
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The Federal Court of Appeal ruled Friday partially in favour of a group that challenged a tariff increase by the Copyright Board of Canada for over-the-air distant signal retransmission while dismissing an appeal of the same decision by six of the country’s largest TV service providers.

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