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Rogers Communications

The U.S. National Security Agency has been trying to map the communications traffic of corporations around the world, and
Many Canadian households have gotten used to accessing U.S. Netflix and other non-Canadian TV services thanks to virtual
Some of Canada’s largest wireless and internet providers are responding to shrinking subscriber numbers by extracting more
The number of complaints against Canada's telecom service providers fell overall in 2013-2014, but complaints about misleading
In an unusual partnership between an alternative media source and a telecom giant, VICE Media has partnered with Rogers Communications
No wonder Shaw and Rogers, the two largest cable TV providers in Canada, recently joined forces to create a Netflix competitor
But some industry experts say that may change. They suggest that Canadians will inevitably have access to American content
Beginning with Margaret Thatcher, British governments have denuded the UK of almost all public enterprises, from British
The majority of Canadians rely on Bell Canada and Rogers Communications for their internet, cable and cellphone services
Rogers Communications says from now on it will require police to get a warrant before it hands over subscriber data. “After