ISPs not neutral, control video traffic, cultural groups tell Supreme Court
News | 01/17/2012 2:55 am EST
OTTAWA—Internet service providers (ISPs) that block some pages of content and prioritize others effectively control the transmission of online videos and as a result should fall under the Broadcasting Act, a lawyer representing a coalition of cultural groups argued before the Supreme Court Monday.
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