From time to time, Bell may be subject to Court Orders that require us to disable access to certain unlawful content on the Internet. You can find copies of these Orders below:
Federal Court File No. T-955-21
Access to certain infringing live streams of National Hockey League (NHL) games has been blocked in Canada by Bragg Communications Inc. dba Eastlink, Cogeco Connexion Inc., Distributel Communications Limited, EBOX Telecommunications Inc., Fido Solutions Inc., Rogers Communications Canada Inc., Saskatchewan Telecommunications, Shaw Communications Inc., TekSavvy Solutions Inc., Telus Communications Inc., Videotron Ltd., 2251723 Ontario Inc. dba VMedia, and Bell Canada pursuant to an Order of the Federal Court (Canada) dated November 21, 2022, in Federal Court File No. T-955-21.
The Plaintiffs in this case are Rogers Media Inc., Rogers Communications Inc., Groupe TVA Inc., Le Réseau des sports (RDS) Inc., The Sports Network Inc., CTV Specialty Television Enterprises Inc., BCE Inc., and Bell Media Inc. (collectively, the “Plaintiffs”).
A copy of the Order of the Federal Court dated November 21, 2022 can be downloaded here. (72 KB)
If you are the operator of any of the servers that have been blocked or a third party or Internet service customer affected by the Order, you may apply to the Federal Court to discharge or vary the Order pursuant to paragraph 20 of the Order.
If you believe that the Order is blocking your attempt to access non-infringing content, you may contact the Plaintiffs’ agent Friend MTS at email@example.com. Your e-mail should include the URL or IP address of the website you attempted to reach, as well as the date and time of your attempt. For any other inquiries regarding the Order, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An expert report was prepared for a similar Order in Federal Court File No. T-955-21. A public version of the report can be downloaded here. (502 KB)