Net Neutrality in Canada
rod.beck at unitedcablecompany.com
Sun Oct 30 18:20:06 UTC 2016
What is the status of net neutrality in Canada?
From: NANOG <nanog-bounces at nanog.org> on behalf of Jean-Francois Mezei <jfmezei_nanog at vaxination.ca>
Sent: Sunday, October 30, 2016 6:52 PM
To: Nanog at nanog.org
Subject: FYI: Net Neutrality in Canada
This is a heads up, the CRTC (Canada's FCC) is holding a week long
hearing on net neutrality in Canada ("differential pricing" is the used).
Canada has had its "ITMP" (Internet Traffic Management Practices) policy
since 2009 which deals with unfair throttling, and now, we are arguing
on zero rating and sponsored content stuff).
It will be broadcasted at http://www.cpac.ca (at bottom of home page
CPAC - Cable Public Affairs Channel<http://www.cpac.ca/>
CPAC, the Cable Public Affairs Channel, is Canada's only privately-owned, commercial free, not for profit, bilingual television service.
there should be a selection for the CRTC hearing). Note: you can choose
between english, french of floor (untranslated).
Days generally start at 09:00. Can end at any time.
Either @CRTCeng or @CRTChearings will be tweeting links to presentations
as each presentation begins.
hashtag: #CRTC #Diffpricing
Facebook did not wish to appear but was "invited". Last time the CRTC
did that, it was with Netflix and Google and sparks flew ("you don't
regulate us, we don't have to answer"). (It appears on Tuesday right
after me, so they should be roughly ~ 10:30 or 11:00.)
The original Notice of Consultation:
And the record of the consultation:
Note: this started with a different proceeding in September 2015 2 parts
1 filings against Vidéotron who started zero rated music on its wireless
service for music services that Vidéotron approved/selected.
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