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CAIP demands definitive decision from CRTC on high-speed Internet resale

News | 05/09/2000 4:00 am EDT

The Canadian Association of Internet Providers (CAIP) has cut off negotiations with cablecos over the contentious issue of third-party access, and will be calling on the CRTC this week to settle the three-year-old dispute. CAIP president Jay Thomson told Network Letter that he will be sending a letter to the commission within the next day or two after ongoing mediation between the groups failed to reach a settlement that would enable its members to begin offering cable modem service.

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