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CRTC Rules Videotron Violated Undue Preference Rules on Video-on-Demand Service

The CRTC has ruled that Videotron violated undue preference rules when it gave its video-on-demand service exclusive rights to some of its broadcaster programs.  The Commission ordered the company to provide the programs to Telus and Bell.

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  1. Are you serious?
    CRTC allows Bell to offer FibeTV without counting towards its customers’ caps, whereas third parties like Netflix do. How is THAT not undue preference?

    Whichever party includes disbanding the CRTC – a board comprised of previous Big 3 Execs – whenever the next federal election is will get my vote. Plain and simple.