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3-29-2011 @ 2:41PM
Canada certainly doesn't strike me as anywhere near the vicinity of corruption as other places certainly would, so it really surprised me to see this sort of thing pop up in that area. It really makes me very worrisome as to how much of it is going on elsewhere around the world.
3-29-2011 @ 2:51PM
You obviously haven't heard about why we're going into ANOTHER federal election in May :P
3-29-2011 @ 3:48PM
Federal elections mean corruption in the political system and corruption in the parties who demand them *cough cough* NDP. Nonetheless, corporate corruption is significantly easier to fight, switch from Rodgers internet services to Bell and hope that Rodgers loses so much money from boycott that they have to fire the idiotic CEOs who came up with the idea in the first place.
3-29-2011 @ 4:33PM
Canada's telecom industry is a throwback. We have virtually no competition among the giants, and they're all giants.
3-29-2011 @ 5:52PM
Weren't the NDP the party that sponsored a bill banning usage-based billing, support net neutrality, and prevent the kind of crap Rogers/Bell/et al try to pull on us all the time? Watch your facts, buddy.
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