11/1/2004

A court in Quebec has ruled that Canadians who watch U.S. satellite television are not breaking the law. The ruling is set to go into effect in a year. The ruling is good news for the many Canadians who use illegal technology to descramble U.S. satellite services and watch television for free.
The ruling, experts say, will lead to an increase in "gray market" subscribers who pay for service through a U.S. address.

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