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Union asks opposition leader to join net neutrality fight

News | 04/30/2008 1:58 pm EDT

The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) this week urged Liberal leader Stephane Dion and his party to take a stand in support of net neutrality. The letter caps off a feverish month of net neutrality debate in Canada that was initiated by the CBC‘s experiment with using BitTorrent to distribute television programming.

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