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OpenMedia wants its shot at a beer with CRTC chair Ian Scott

Briefs | 06/23/2021 4:51 pm EDT
CRTC chairman Ian Scott appears alongside other commissioners at a public hearing into sales practices on Oct. 26, 2018. Photo by Andrew Meade.

An organization advocating for an open and surveillance-free internet is fishing for a beer date with CRTC chair Ian Scott in response to claims that he met with BCE Inc.’s CEO weeks after the company filed an appeal of the commission’s 2019 wholesale rates.

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