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CRTC suggests Rogers broke net neutrality rules

Briefs | 01/20/2012 11:12 pm EST

The CRTC has informed Rogers Communications Inc. that, based on preliminary evidence, it believes the company's Internet throttling practices violate Canada’s net neutrality rules and has given the company two weeks to prove it wrong.

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