More from the CRIA appearance before the CRTC: "COMMISSIONER ARPIN: Mr. Henderson, as you know, the Commission is trying to apply national rules and that means that the same standard will apply in French Canada as in English Canada. Have you thought how the smart 40 percent will work in French […]
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Although a small minority may still view the Internet as a "wild west" where traditional law does not apply, most Canadians accept that laws such as the Criminal Code, consumer protection statutes and privacy protections apply equally offline and on-line.
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