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
Identity Theft Hearings at the Justice Committee
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 […]
Stop the Throttler Campaign
The Campaign for Democratic Media has launched a Stop the Throttler campaign to protest against the network management practices at Bell and Rogers.
CBC on Traffic Shaping
CBC's The National covered the traffic shaping issue this week, focusing on Bell's throttling practices.
Montreal Gazette on Net Neutrality
The Montreal Gazette covers the net neutrality issue with comments from the Competition Bureau that it has no plans to get involved in Bell's throttling actions.