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Is net neutrality economically efficient ? - Par : Economic Note on the effects of regulation of prices and service offerings of Internet service providers - by : Marcel Boyer

dimanche 7 juin 2009 par William Toussaint

In November 2008, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) denied a request from the Canadian Association of Internet Providers which wanted Bell Canada to cease its network “traffic-shaping” practices. The CRTC concluded that Bell’s measures did not violate the law and were not discriminatory since the company applied the same policies both to its wholesale and retail customers. However, the CRTC has decided to examine the broader issue of traffic management by Internet service providers – and thus indirectly to tackle the issue known as “net neutrality.” This proceeding will include a public hearing that is scheduled to begin in July

Source : Institut Economique de Montreal

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