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Penalties may not be strong enough to change telco tactics, a consumer advocacy group says.
Hundreds of thousands of Canadian jobs are at risk from piracy, a new coalition argues.
Canada's largest telco wants tougher new copyright laws written into NAFTA.
Up to 90 per cent of Canadian Internet traffic flows through the U.S.
Telecom costs for Bell Canada customers are increasing in 2017. Unfortunately for Bell customers, the $5 monthly increase on home Internet comes hot on the heels of an unprecedented move from independent Internet service provider TekSavvy, who made waves with promises to increase speeds and cut prices by nearly the same amount.
Not taxing Netflix is unfair, Heritage Canada note argues.
Dial-up Internet speeds at broadband prices...
The federal Liberal government is shutting out advocacy groups arguing in favour of greater competition in Canadian internet
The Canadian co-founder of mobile app maker airG Inc. has pledged to donate $1 million to the fight against Bill C-51, the
It looks like the digital world is lining up against the Harper government’s Bill C-51. A group of prominent executives from