Connected TV Backlash? More Monopolisation? Canada’s CRTC to Allow ISPs to Meter Internet

« In a move that could crush innovative services, Canada’s digital competitiveness, and pick consumer’s wallets, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has essentially given the green light for a punitive charge for anybody who uses too much Internet in Canada… basically.

They have given the thumbs up for Bell Canada and other big telecom companies to freely impose usage-based billing on independent Internet Service Providers (indie ISPs) and, by proxy, consumers. (…) »

Source : [en ligne] – Consulté le 05/04/2011

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