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CIPPIC Files Privacy Complaint Over DPI 21

Posted by timothy
from the show-us-your-packets dept.
dj_yaz writes "A group of University Of Ottawa law students who deal with online privacy issues last week filed a complaint with Canada's Privacy Commissioner about Bell Canada's use of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) to monitor internet subscribers' online activities without their knowledge or consent."
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CIPPIC Files Privacy Complaint Over DPI

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  • by sm62704 (957197) on Tuesday May 13, 2008 @11:01AM (#23391208) Journal

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    Damn, in a YRO article there's advertising that pretends to be on-topic. Seems ironic to me, although I'm sure the mods will disagree.
  • DPI? (Score:3, Funny)

    by MatrixManiac (448609) on Tuesday May 13, 2008 @01:40PM (#23393046)
    And here I thought somebody was suing over Dots Per Inch. But I see this acronym has been hijacked..

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