The Ontario Government has announced plans to introduce new consumer protection legislation to increase transparency on wireless plans and to establish some contractual limitations. The wireless industry has indicated it would prefer a national code of practice. I wrote about the issue last year during the provincial election campaign.

Originally posted on Michael Geist's Blog

Ontario Government Plans Consumer Protection Law for Wireless Services

The Ontario Government has announced plans to introduce new consumer protection legislation to increase transparency on wireless plans and to establish some contractual limitations.

The wireless industry has indicated it would prefer a national code of practice. I wrote about the issue last year during the provincial election campaign.

Originally posted on Michael Geist's Blog

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Michael Geist holds the Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. He can reached at mgeist@uottawa.ca or online at www.michaelgeist.ca

Posted by Sue Ansell at April 13, 2012 10:00 AM

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