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Proposal would give Bell ‘significant and asymmetric powers’: small ISPs

News | 03/06/2017 8:59 pm EST

The CRTC should deny a proposal by BCE Inc. for a new regime governing traffic pumping that would allow telecoms to unilaterally put in place penalties that “inflict substantial harm” on other telecom providers, the Canadian Network Operators’ Consortium (CNOC) said.

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