Wednesday, July 23, 2008

CIPPIC opens Bell/Rogers internet throttling investigation

My friends at CIPPIC (the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic) at the University of Ottawa are interested in hearing from individuals who are subscribers to Bell or Rogers’ high speed internet services and who are concerned about alleged internet throttling practices by Bell and Rogers. If you were or are a subscriber and would like to express your concerns, please contact Robert Hester at the CIPPIC.

Robert’s e-mail address is:

CIPPIC’s phone number is:

613-562-5800 ext. 2553.



  1. What about those of us who are throttled by are NOT customers of Bell's internet services? This is really the crux of the problem after all, the monopolistic practice of screwing your competitors illegally because you own the infrastructure you are forced to rent to them.

  2. What about Cogeco? Bastards...