A global coalition of Internet infrastructure companies opposes the Bell Canada-led FairPlay Canada plan to block websites on the ground that the plan, which "lacks accountability and oversight", would weaken both the Canadian economy and our Internet leadership globally.
Tag: Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission
Canadians take a stand against Bell Canada’s dangerous website blocking proposalCanadians take a stand against Bell Canada’s dangerous website blocking proposal
The latest manifestation of the ongoing attack on digital rights and net neutrality in Canada, led by Bell Canada, proposes the creation of the so-called “Internet Piracy Review Agency” (IPRA), a dictatorship-style Internet policing agency that would facilitate the blocking of Canadians’ access to websites Bell and other leading Canadian
Escalating war on net neutrality, Bell Canada wants to block Canadians’ access to pirate websitesEscalating war on net neutrality, Bell Canada wants to block Canadians’ access to pirate websites
Back in April, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled in favour of net neutrality and declared that "Internet service providers should treat data traffic equally to foster consumer choice, innovation and the free exchange of ideas." Bell Media, one of Canada's "big three" telecom companies, wants to change
Bell’s Mobile TV Practice Violates Telecommunications Act: CRTCBell’s Mobile TV Practice Violates Telecommunications Act: CRTC
In a decision likely to have implications for net neutrality, the CRTC has ruled that Bell and Vidéotron's mobile TV practices violate the Telecommunications Act.