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Submission + - Bell Canada Urges CRIA To Sue Its Own Subscribers

An anonymous reader writes: Bell Canada has told a Canadian government copyright consultation that the recording industry should be suing its subscribers. The company argued that not suing sends the wrong message and that it is waiting for lawsuits. The comments come as Canadians are being squeezed by the recording industry on one side and the copyright collectives on the other as Canada's copyright consultation winds down. With only five days left to speak out on copyright, the music and movie groups are calling for a DMCA+ model that includes three-strikes and you're out, while copyright collectives want new taxes on iPods. Time for Canadians to have their say before it's too late.
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Bell Canada Urges CRIA To Sue Its Own Subscribers

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