CAIP, CCTA trade barbs at regulation conference
News | 05/01/2002 4:00 am EDT
Canadians have greater reason to be concerned about how the high-speed Internet provision duopoly will affect consumer choice and access than about potential government regulation, delegates to a communications law conference in Ottawa heard on April 27. Canadian Association of Internet Providers head Jay Thomson issued the warning at the New Developments in Communications Law and Policy conference during a session updating participants on how new laws have been brought to bear on the Internet.
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