If there is a first rule of the internet in Canada, it is “thou shall not block.” Canadian internet service providers face a wide range of policies that have implications for accessing content including net neutrality rules and the copyright notice-and-notice system. Yet in virtually all cases, blocking or removing content is simply not done (the lone exception is a limited, private sector-led initiative to block child pornography images).
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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