North York, ON
said by ChuckcZar :Theres really no point, as it would turn into a class action - Only the first person in the suit would really get anything, and the bulk of the win would go to the lawyers. I was contacted by 2 lawyers who wanted me to sue them, but its just stupidity as the CRTC was going to force Rogers into fixing things anyways.
It's never to late to launch a multi-billion dollar lawsuit against Rogers for throttling. In most other countries it would also be a criminal lawsuit not class action.
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