The CRTC refused to grant CAIP’s (Canadian Association of Internet Providers) requested interim injunction to stop Bell’s throttling of internet traffic, but has published a plan to consider the issue in detail. Anyone concerned about this issue has until Jun 12 to file comments.
The CRTC stated that they expect to rule by late September. The good news is that the CRTC is taking a serious look at the issue – which has the potential to affect how we all use the Internet.
If you are not familiar with this issue, take a look at previous entries under “network neutrality” in my tag cloud.