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Site-blocking in GoldTV case expanded again

Briefs | 09/15/2021 5:22 pm EDT

A federal court judge has expanded the list of domains to be blocked under Canada’s first-ever site blocking order, adding to a number of sites the court order requires third-party internet service providers to block in a case against a pirate-IPTV website known as GoldTV. 

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