article and full Bell CRTC submission found at:
“In accordance with the Commission staff letter of 19 June 2008 and Bell Canada’s (or the Company’s) letter of 9 July 2008, the Company is hereby filing its Answer to the CAIP (Canadian Association of Internet Providers) Application dated 3 April 2008.”
That’s Bell Canada’s Mirko Mr 5% Bibic to Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission secretary general Robert A. Morin.
Bell admits it’s, “also in receipt” of 25 comments from such as Google and Per Vices, the company which also provided a way for people to get around Bell’s bandwidth throttling “traffic management” actions. The complete list is in the document below.
Dear Mr Morin, it says >>>
Subject: Application requesting certain orders directing Bell Canada to cease and desist from “throttling” its wholesale ADSL Access Services
In accordance with the Commission staff letter of 19 June 2008 and Bell Canada’s (or the Company’s) letter of 9 July 2008, the Company is hereby filing its Answer to the CAIP Application dated 3 April 2008.
Sent in yesterday, it’s a day late —- Bell asked for, and was granted, an extension —- and considerably more than the dollar short. With a little luck, we’ll be able to give you CAIP’s respoinse on Monday or Tuesday.
But here it is in full, including an interesting dissertation on deep packet inspection (DPI).
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