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Rogers’ internet throttling practices could open door to class action lawsuit: Geist

News | 07/15/2009 5:23 pm EDT

The last two days of the CRTC’s hearing into traffic management practices saw the large ISPs reveal details on how they throttle peer-to-peer traffic – practices that might prove illegal for at least one of those ISPs, according to an Ottawa law professor.

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