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Site-blocking can be used for online harms legislation: Rogers

Briefs | 05/17/2022 5:04 pm EDT
From left: McCarthy Tétrault lawyer Grant Buchanan, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin lawyer Jay Kerr-Wilson, Rogers' director of copyright and broadband Kristina Milbourn, Osgoode Hall Law School associate dean and professor Carys Craig, McMillan lawyer David Kent, CMPA CLO Erin Finlay, and Aird & Berlis lawyer and moderator Stephen Zolf

Rogers Communications Inc. believes that the site-blocking remedy the company – along with BCE Inc. and Quebecor Inc. – won through the federal courts in recent months can be used in the future application of the government’s planned legislation aimed at combating online harms. 

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