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PIAC wants government to intervene in net neutrality on behalf of consumers

News | 12/05/2009 11:09 pm EST

Consumer advocates are telling the federal government that it must intervene to better protect individual’s rights to unfettered Internet services and champion consumers’ rights to a neutral Internet. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) says consumers are frustrated by the actions of the ISPs to slow-down Internet connections as a way to deal with bandwidth congestion.

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