"Political economists of communications scrutinize how big companies such as Bell and Rogers try to shape Canada's
telecommunications and digital media policy and regulatory environment in support of their bottom line. Focusing on Ben Klass'
filing of a net neutrality complaint with the CRTC against Bell, Steven James May's Ben v. Bell shows how an informed, engaged
and active citizen can intervene in and disrupt an otherwise cozy institutional relationship between economic and political
elites. This short documentary tells an inspiring story about the importance and efficacy of a citizen's participation in
communications and digital media policy-making and regulatory processes."
-Tanner Mirrlees, Associate Professor of Communication and Digital Media Studies, Ontario Tech University
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