Canadian punk rocker-turned-MP submits net neutrality bill

MP Charlie Angus (NDP, Timmins-James Bay), a former punk rocker, has just introduced network neutrality legislation to Canada’s House of Commons, and he’s putting all the P2P throttlers in Canada on notice. This coincides with the launch of SaveOurNet.ca to rally citizens to the cause of open access Internet.

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