Bell Canada and Net Neutrality

Bell Canada is traffic shaping to restrict the speed of data on P2P networks.  Mark Kuznicki has written a good reference piece on his blog.  The piece is titled Bell Canada Hands Net Neutrality Advocates a Gift.  It’s sad but funny too.  I don’t usually post non-agile items, but I thought this one deserved some attention.  Please, if this is important to you, take the time to blog about it even if just to link to Mark’s article.  We’re using the tags: bellthrottling, netneutrality, canada.


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