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Bill C-70 a good start but more is needed to combat infrastructure vandalism: CTA

News | 05/13/2024 7:06 pm EDT
Robert Ghiz, president and CEO of the Canadian Telecommunications Association (photo courtesy of the Canadian Telecommunications Association).

A new bill – aimed at countering foreign interference – illustrates the importance of Canada’s telecom networks, but more reforms are needed to protect telecom equipment from rapidly increasing acts of vandalism and theft, says the Canadian Telecommunications Association (CTA). 

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