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A Rallying Cry for Net Neutrality In Canada

Posted in Flash, News, AIR, ActionScript 1.0, ActionScript 2.0, ActionScript 3.0, Flex, Events, Adobe, DRM, Net Neutrality by Joeflash on the February 13th, 2009

As reported on the Canadian Net Neutrality action website SaveOurNet.ca, The CRTC has said that it will consider public opinion in determining the outcome of the traffic shaping hearings set to take place later this year. As Canadians, we owe it to ourselves and this great nation to hold governmental institutions charged with guarding the public trust accountable to the purpose for which they were created. We need to send ISPs in Canada the message that this kind of censorship shall not be tolerated, and should not be allowed. Check out the details on SaveOurNet.ca, and send in your action letter to the CRTC.
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