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Submission + - Shaw Joins Bell in Calls to Censor the Internet In Canada (freezenet.ca)

Dangerous_Minds writes: Freezenet is reporting that Shaw, one of Canada's three largest ISPs, is joining calls to censor the Internet in the name of combating copyright infringement. The move comes just days after Bell was caught drafting a similar call. The call was made public in a submission to Canada's telecommunications regulator, the CRTC. Michael Geist notes that there is already growing political backlash to these suggestions, though the government is re-iterating comments that they support network neutrality.
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Shaw Joins Bell in Calls to Censor the Internet In Canada

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