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CMN2170
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HOW TO STUDYFundamental principles what are the issues write them down what the outcome how did the court resolve the issue what did the majority rule in this case are there any desenting opinions did any of the judges on the appeal court did any disagree with the majority outcome often the majority arrive at the same conclusions but for different reasons make noteseparate technology from effects and ensure that you understand bothhow does the technology worklegislative jurisdictiondeals with the question of passing laws does a body have the authority to pass lawsNascent broadcasting industry that we see with radiolittle regulationpg 541case from 1931 not a standard case party x vs party yin the matter of a REFERENCE a unique mechanism by which parliament can say what theyd rulesaying to supreme court that they need some guidance DESENTING federal legislativeprovincial legsection 91 and 92 yet no where in these sections is the world radio mentioned constitution used to be called the British North America Act 1867 and there was no such thing as the radio back thenradio wasnt invented until In 1855 provided the first demonstration of wireless communication and then in 1895 Guglielmo Marconi sent the first radio signal Radio developed from wireless telegraphy towards the end of the 19th century Hertzian Waves an electromagnetic wave generated by oscillations in an electric circuitcaries the waves that are pulled out of the sky ex rabbit ears on old tveffects social cultural political and economicbe able to form opinions for testsjjjustices lament and rinford kinda disagreed with the majority partially not absolutely not in every respect because you cant control radio waves but you can control the actual hardware so this can be provincial jurisdiction its private propertydiscenting judges agreed there are good reasons for it to be federal but theres
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