The Canadian Gamers Organization has filed a complaint with the CRTC over Rogers throttling practices. Rogers has responded by arguing it is compliant with the law.
Archive for August 24th, 2011
GoodLife Fitness has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a CRTC investigation into its use of robocalls for telemarking purposes.
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