Competition best way to improve high speed Internet access: CRTC vice chair
News | 12/04/2000 5:00 am EST
The CRTC’s vice chair of telecommunications says the commission isn’t prepared to mandate access to high-speed Internet access or quality of service standards, saying the market needs time to work through these issues on its own. The idea of regulating Internet access was recently proposed in the Toronto Star, but it’s a suggestion that David Colville insists is not on the CRTC’s radar.
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