Network Neutrality? Nonsense!

Strategic and restrictive bundling of services, blocked access (targeted censorship), and selective throttling of bandwidth (don't fuck with my legitimate torrents!) are a few of the "net neutrality" violations that Canadian service providers are getting away with.

Rogers and Bell are notorious for a few reasons. They have a strangle hold on the telecom/internet/tv market (i.e. they're operating as monopolies) and they've (de)revolutionized the concept of customer service.

Check out this CityTV interview with University of Toronto professor Andrew Clement (Information Studies) by tech reporter Amber Macarthur, and feel free to vent with me here.


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