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ISPs will get second chance to fight for Net Neutrality; but status quo remains until 2010

News | 11/20/2008 7:49 pm EST

Independent ISPs, disappointed with a CRTC ruling today denying a Canadian Association of Internet Providers‘ (CAIP) application against Bell Canada‘s traffic management practices, will get a second kick at the can to convince the CRTC that it should uphold Net Neutrality.

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