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CBC BitTorrent experiment sparks net-neutrality debate

News | 03/31/2008 1:44 pm EDT

The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) last Friday formally asked the CRTC to investigate Internet traffic shaping by Canada’s ISPs. And NUPGE’s isn’t the only voice calling for net-neutrality talks in the short week since the CBC began offering programming online using BitTorrent.   

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