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Bell to provide Internet congestion data to CRTC on June 23

Briefs | 06/23/2008 12:28 pm EDT

Bell Canada was ordered by the CRTC last week to provide information proving its network is being congested by the increasing use of peer-to-peer file sharing by June 23. The company had previously supplied this information in confidence to the commission, but the Canadian Association of Internet Providers requested the data be made public. The release of this information to the public is part of the ongoing dispute between CAIP and Bell over the ISPs traffic management practices.

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