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New ‘dynamic’ site-blocking needs new safeguards: CIPPIC 

News | 09/22/2021 5:56 pm EDT

The site-blocking order that will block a rolling list of pirate streaming sites during NHL games sought by a trio of hockey broadcasters requires new legal safeguards, given that at least some of the technology used to identify pirate streamers will be  based on automated techniques, according to the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic at the University of Ottawa (CIPPIC).  

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