Some wonder why it's a good thing that the likes of Wind can now be bought by foreign entities. Simply put, it's better than the alternative -- the smaller companies are having a hell of a time competing against the big guys. It's trendy to bash the government as being pro-big business, but in the past week that hasn't been the case.
The past 12 months in law and technology were exceptionally active, with legislative battles over privacy and copyright, near-continuous controversy at the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and and an active Supreme Court of Canada docket. Here's a look back at 2011 from A to Z.
Hot on the heels of the news that Bell Canada is cutting some of its Internet throttling with wholesale customers comes some really -- and I mean really -- interesting data on throttling worldwide. Ladies and gentlemen, presenting the world's absolute worst throttler (since 2008): Rogers.