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Telecoms shouldn’t be gatekeepers, Blais says ahead of differential pricing decision

News | 04/18/2017 8:30 pm EDT

The CRTC may very well complete the record on net neutrality policy in Canada when it releases its decision Thursday afternoon on differential pricing practices, chairman Jean-Pierre Blais told a Harvard University audience Tuesday.

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