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Bell Canada throttling, DPI fight isn’t over
« on: May 22, 2009, 08:26:42 pm »
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p2pnet news view Freedom | P2P:- Around August, 2007, Bell Canada started throttling its own Bell Sympatico (users 2pnet - P2P Black List) and we told people how to get out of their contracts.

To counter the p2pnet article, Bell Canada later made a script for its phone reps to use  in an unsuccessful bid to prevent the exodus to the unthrottled wholesalers, whom Bell later also throttled, in the process of opening the doors to a serious competition problem.

The Canadian Competition Bureau (headed by Ms Sheridan Scott) and at-the-time industry minister Jim Prentice wouldn’t touch it, telling people to go sort it out themselves with the CRTC.

In other words, our supposed Canadian watchdog shut out the Canadian people.

Then on November 20 last year,  the CRTC Telecom Decision CRTC 2008-108 opened the door to DPI  and throttling, the story being told in detail in the p2pnet traffic shaping digest.

Now, six months on, there’s a new surprise for us. But this one isn’t from Bell Canada, Rogers, Videotron or Telus.

Instead, it’s a CRTC filing lodged by a coalition of consumer groups and indie telecommunication groups who’ve been adversely hit by the Bell Canada’s DPI and throttling practices.

And they’re standing up for your rights, your privacy, and their right to function in a business environment that hasn’t been competitively crippled and hijacked by vested corporate interests.

The coalition comprises

    * The Consumers’ Association of Canada,
    * Canada Without Poverty
    * Council of PIAC
    * Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP),
    * Acanac Inc.,
    * Accelerated Connections Inc.,
    * Cybersurf Corp.,
    * eagle.ca,
    * Execulink Telecom Inc.,
    * Managed Network Systems Inc. (MSNi),
    * Skyway West Business Internet Services,
    * Start Communications,
    * TekSavvy Solutions Inc.
    * Vianet Internet Solutions,
    * Yak Communications Inc.
Read the rest of the article on p2pnet.
Call for class action against Bell Canada

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