Information on Human Rights Complaints Against Bell Mobility
Bell Mobility Offers Screaming Woman Ringtone
Cdn Human Rights Complaint re Bell Mobility PimpTones
Bell ExpressVu Broadcasts Doggystyle
Complaint to Toronto Police re Bell ExpressVu.pdf
Complaint to CRTC re Bell ExpressVu.pdf
Letter From Bell ExpressVu.pdf
Letter From Toronto Police Service.pdf
CRTC Letter to Bell ExpressVu.pdf
Hard-Core Porn Service Cancelled
OLN Peddles Thai Prostitution
Extreme Associates - 60 Minutes
Articles on Extreme Associates


Bell Canada
On March 28, 2001, the CBC television program, Fifth Estate, reported on an investigation they conducted into the broadcast of sexually explicit movies by Bell ExpressVu on its pay-per-view tv channels. Some of the movies were violent and degrading, appeared to violate the federal Criminal Code obscenity law, and a complaint was therefore filed with the Toronto Police Service against Bell. Further, the company was required, as a condition of license, to submit their movies to a provincial film review board prior to broadcast, a license condition Bell neglected to observe.
Unfortunately, officials with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General advised against prosecuting Bell, while the CRTC actually "commended" Bell for the steps they took to remedy the situation -- after they were caught red-handed broadcasting illegal material and flouting their license conditions.