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September 24, 2004

Adbusters sues to force networks to run its ads

Well, here's some news: the trendy anti-corporate group AdBusters turns out to believe there's a right to advertise after all, and even believes a free speech issue is at stake. It's suing Canadian broadcasters seeking to force them to accept its ads. ("Adbusters seeks court order to show its TV ads", Toronto Star, Sept. 14; "Adbusters takes Canadian TV networks to court", CBC, Sept. 15).

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