: Big Canadian websites want neutral wireless networks too


hugh
2009-02-26, 02:27 PM
The company behind some of Canada's most popular websites has waded deep into the network neutrality waters, demanding that regulators not only adopt network neutrality, but extend it to wireless networks (http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2009/02/canadian-websites-wireless-network-neutrality-needed-abuses-abound.ars)

Although it doesn't name names, Pelmorex lays out a set of detailed charges. One wireless carrier simply blocked the ads on Pelmorex's mobile websites. Another carrier decided to strip out tracking codes embedded in the Web pages, making it harder for the company to properly deliver ads.

Interesting stuff!