Bell loses appeal over net neutrality ruling

Thursday 23 June 2016 | 08:50 CET | News
Canada's Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed Bell Mobility's attempt to overturn a CRTC ruling that found the company had been giving its own content an unfair advantage with zero rating data traffic, the CBC reports. The court upheld the broadcast regulator's decision that sided in favour of digital rights advocate Ben Klass, who complained in 2013 that Bell's Mobile TV app gave people the ability to view 10 hours of TV programming per month for CAD 5, regardless of the amount of data they're using. Bell treats content from other media companies differently, with charges based on the data

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bell Mobility / CRTC
Countries: Canada
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