Traffic Shaping

Despite promises by some of Canada’s largest internet service providers to stop deliberately slowing down traffic on their
Rogers has promised to stop "throttling" internet traffic on its network by the end of this year, in response to an investigation
Internet service providers that slow down games or other applications in violation of a CRTC policy may face a third-party
The CRTC has asked Rogers to "address and resolve" a problem that may result in online video games being unintentionally
Rogers has acknowledged that World of Warcraft is not the only online game or application that may be inadvertently targeted
Canada's telecommunications regulator has asked media giant Rogers Communications to spell out in detail how it is using
Update at bottom: Rogers says it's in "full compliance" with consumer protection laws A newly formed group representing video