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Google Frowns On Rogers Injection

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Rogers Internet in Canada provides its subscribers with an advisory when they are approaching their account’s bandwidth limits, by injecting that notice into a web page they are viewing.

Google Frowns On Rogers Injection
Google Frowns On Rogers Injection

The example of Rogers dropping a notice onto Google’s homepage began making the rounds yesterday. Some people called it a threat to net neutrality, which seems a little too extreme an assessment.

Matt Cutts called the practice “pretty uncool,” but noted this was not the official Google party line.

“It may be your only chance to see the word “Yahoo!” on Google

Google Frowns On Rogers Injection
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  • Brent MacKinnon

    Rogers is a parasitic monopoly.

    It has been using Canada’s “dark ages” anti-competition rules as a proxy to bleed Canadian consumers while offering sub-standard services, for years.

    (For example…an Ipod phone user on Rogers system would have to pay $2500.00/month for the data plan…no, I’m not kidding)

    It is arrogant and foolish to persume upon anyones web space in such a fashion.

    Unfortunately, they do it because they know that there will be no repurcussions for their actions.

    Hopefully Google sent them a “cease and desist” order.

    • Guest

      Google is no longer available to Rogers internet customers. It seems the lawyers are doing their stuff.

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