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Telecoms defend FairPlay to MPs, call for 5G net neutrality flexibility

News | 02/13/2018 2:01 pm EST
Rogers' VP of regulatory Pamela Dinsmore, Quebecor's VP of regulatory Dennis Béland, Bell's SVP of regulatory Rob Malcolmson and Telus' SVP of regulatory Ted Woodhead and its chief medical officer Michael Guerriere appear at the House ethics committee to discuss net neutrality on Feb. 13, 2018. /Screenshot via ParlVu.

OTTAWARepresentatives from Canada’s biggest telecoms argued that flexibility in Canada’s net neutrality framework will be necessary with the advent of 5G, as they answered questions about a proposal to block websites hosting pirated content from parliamentarians Tuesday.

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