All network traffic is created equal, experts to tell CRTC

Advocates for an open Internet where all network traffic is treated equally are hoping a bevy of experts will convince the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) of this in an appearance this

Published on: July 8th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Some small Canadian ISPs say traffic throttling is necessary

Some smaller Canadian Internet service providers (ISPs) are concerned about their ability to maintain service levels if the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) upholds Net neutrality by banning the ability to throttle

Published on: March 5th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Traffic throttling by Canadian ISPs not required, experts tell CRTC

Canada's Internet service providers (ISPs) have no reason to throttle peer-to-peer (p2p) traffic and can use other network management techniques that have minimal end-user repercussions instead, according to top Internet experts.Net neutrality advocates

Published on: February 27th, 2009 Brian Jackson

Finding an ISP that shuns data discrimination

If you've been online long enough, you probably remember the days when your local Internet service provider was just some guy down the block with fancy equipment, and he was the only choice

Published on: February 19th, 2008 Mathew Honan

Net neutrality means the Internet remains something worth using

Last June, a U.S. Senate panel rejected proposed rules that would require all Internet traffic to be treated the same no matter what its “source” or “destination” might be. It was a close

Published on: March 6th, 2007 Shane Schick