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Report No. 93

7.2. Classes of publications to be considered for protection.-

Secondly, regarding the classes of publications that should be entitled to the proposed protection, the question that arises is whether the protection should:

(i) cover only newspapers, or

(ii) cover newspapers as well as periodicals, or

(iii) also cover radio and television stations, or

(iv) be framed in the broadest terms, so as to cover any medium of communication to the public.

Of the four alternatives put forth above, the first alternative is the narrowest one, while the last alternative is the widest one.

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