Last week Rogers advised the CRTC that it plans to drop Internet throttling for all customers by the end of the year. The move was not unexpected given that its policy was an outlier among all major Canadian ISPs. I’ll have more to say on this development soon.
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The ongoing complaint against Rogers by Canadian Gamers Organization against Rogers over its throttling practices is now headed to the CRTC enforcement branch. The precise nature of the enforcement remains unknown.
CBC.ca provides a detailed look at the ongoing battle between Rogers and the Canadian Gamers Organization with Rogers admitting to the CRTC that it may be throttling other games besides World of Warcraft and Call of Duty: Black Ops.
The CRTC has asked Rogers to probe complaints from an online gaming group about throttling of Call of Duty: Black Ops. The complaint follows multiple complaints about Rogers throttling of World of Warcraft.
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.