And then there was two: Bell Canada seeks to wipe out ISP competitors

This seems to be the week when core Internet issues are being discussed. While much of it is under the phrase "Network Neutrality", that term is confusing enough that opponents are able to distract policy makers and citizens. This is why my article on Saturday focused on separating the competitive access issues from the Net Neutrality issues, and my earlier article discussed An ideal future communications infrastructure, how do we get there, and what is stopping us!.

The last few days saw Charlie Angus raise this issue during question period, and an article from CBC talking about Bell Canada going to court to seek to wipe out all ISP competitors. That is, except the cable companies who manage a separate connection to the customer premises.

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