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Daily News - Tuesday, August 10, 2004
Dish dealers sentenced
OTTAWA - The Canadian TV industry is applauding a recent court ruling which called for fines and jail time for illegal satellite equipment dealers.... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, May 17, 2004
Committee wants black market legislation to live on� and more consumer choice
OTTAWA - An election call always means that impending legislation left in the queue dies when the writ is dropped. So it will be for Bill C-2, the pro... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, May 03, 2004
TV industry urges Feds to push through C-2
OTTAWA - The Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology heard submissions on Bill C-2 last week, the bill which would stiffen the Radiocom... [Full Story]
Daily News - Wednesday, April 28, 2004
Illegal dish dealer fined $25,000
OTTAWA - The Federal Court of Canada last week ordered a Montreal-based dealer in illegal satellite gear to pay a fine of $25,000. Canadian t... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, April 26, 2004
Ethnic groups want more TV
OTTAWA - Spurred on by last week's RCMP raids of illegal satellite gear dealers in Quebec - and the fact that DirecTV has taken some effective securit... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, April 23, 2004
Mounties descend on Quebec satellite pirates
QUEBEC - This week, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police put an end to the unlawful activities of individuals who were selling equipment used to illegall... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, March 15, 2004
Pirate pleads guilty
TORONTO - After earlier raids, a Toronto man and his company pleaded guilty to charges laid under the Radiocommunication Act. "The Great... [Full Story]
Daily News - Tuesday, March 09, 2004
Sudbury RCMP lay illegal satellite gear charge
SUDBURY - Last October, the Sudbury RCMP seized a briefcase containing multiple Access Cards valued at approximately $5,000 along with supporting evid... [Full Story]