ISPs seek to overturn decision on Bell traffic throttling

Friday 22 May 2009 | 10:43 CET | News
The Canadian Association of Internet Providers, Consumers' Association of Canada and other groups have filed an application with the telecommunications regulator CRTC to reconsider a November 2008 decision concerning Bell Canada's throttling of internet traffic generated by P2P file sharing applications. The coalition also calls on the regulator to order Bell to cease and desist from further interfering with the traffic of internet users. At the time, the CRTC denied the CAIP complaint mainly on the basis that Bell was throttling the traffic of its wholesale customers in the same way it

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Bell Canada / CRTC
Countries: Canada
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