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Like video games? Then prepare to pay more for internet service, analysts are warning. It has to do with a combination of
Bell Mobility is facing a consumer complaint at the CRTC alleging it marks up the cost of online content by as much as 800
Ensuring Canada has an accessible, affordable, surveillance-free, and open Internet is essential for our economy, culture, and global competitiveness. Minister James Moore has the power to take on Canada's entrenched Big Telecom giants. Here are 10 actions Minister Moore should take to leave a lasting positive legacy for Canadian Internet users.
Legal experts are calling it "the biggest global threat to the internet." It's called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and it will essentially criminalize free use of any website that uses copyrighted material. YouTube, Facebook, blogs with links -- all of it potentially blacklisted under this new order.
Rogers has promised to stop "throttling" internet traffic on its network by the end of this year, in response to an investigation
While Bell's decision has been described as surprising or as quid pro quo for the usage-based billing ruling, I think it is neither of those. The big question is now how much longer Rogers will maintain its throttling practices.
Canada's telecommunications regulator has asked media giant Rogers Communications to spell out in detail how it is using
Update at bottom: Rogers says it's in "full compliance" with consumer protection laws A newly formed group representing video