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Gamers association, CIPPIC to request change to throttling disclosure policy

News | 09/07/2011 9:28 pm EDT

In the latest salvo fired over an escalating dispute between online gamers and Rogers Communications Inc., the Canadian Gamers Organization (CGO) says it intends to ask the CRTC to force Internet service providers (ISPs) to report all throttling-related complaints they receive to the regulator. 

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