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PIAC says CRTC’s Internet Code has “no real protections,” CCTS research shows uptick in complaints

News | 12/06/2021 5:12 pm EST

The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) said that the CRTC’s Internet Code provides consumers with a false sense of protection after a new report found there were only 18 violations under the code this year with nearly 13,000 complaints.

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