ISP tests sending messages through Web content

Network neutrality advocates are up in arms over a Canadian ISP that is testing a plan to inject messages in Web content pages.

Rogers, a Canadian ISP, is testing a system to tack its own messages onto Web pages--raising the ire of network neutrality advocates. The company is currently testing messages to let users know when they are approaching their monthly bandwidth cap. But, according a spokesman from the People for Internet Responsibility, the software could also be used for more nefarious purposes.

Read the full story on ars technica: Canadian ISP tests injecting content into Web pages.

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