NDP MP Charlie Angus posed a pair of questions about net neutrality to Industry Minister Jim Prentice during Question Period yesterday. Prentice responded with a "we don't regulate the Internet" issue. The Globe covers the exchange, oddly referring to the issue as "throddling." Update: Additional coverage from Canwest.
Archive for April 3rd, 2008
I was scheduled to appear before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights on Wednesday to discuss Bill C-27, the much-needed identity theft bill. The witness list was packed – the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, the RCMP, Canadian Police Chiefs, CIPPIC, and ITAC were also on […]
The Campaign for Democratic Media has launched a Stop the Throttler campaign to protest against the network management practices at Bell and Rogers.
CBC's The National covered the traffic shaping issue this week, focusing on Bell's throttling practices.