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Net Neutrality – Canada Enters the Dark Ages

The CRTC has pulled Canada back into the dark ages by announcing today that it will not support Net Neutrality proponents and WILL allow companies like Bell and Rogers to...

US CEOs Serious About Net Neutrality

US CEOs are serious about Net Neutrality. When will we see the same level of interest in...

Music Industry Notes

Background info on copyright discussions in...

CRTC Allows Bell to Increase Fees on Small ISPs

The CRTC allows Bell to Charge Small ISPs more money for less service. What will this mean for the future of Canada's Internet...

Net Neutrality Introduced in US Congress

The US Congress is debating Net Neutrality and Ed Markley (D-MA) has introduced legislation that will enforce net neutrality within the United States. Go Ed! Of course, this is his...

Exploring Open

David Eaves does an excellent job exploring ‘open’ and I recommend his writing to anyone who’s interested in open-source, open government or technology opportunities that will expand the range of...

CRTC Coverage: "Keep the Road Open"

Last week, actors, artists and other content creators made submissions to the CRTC to keep the Internet ‘open’ in Canada as part of the hearings that are taking place with...

Michael Geist – Connecting Canada to the Digital World

How can we shape Canada's digital future without over-regulating our...

Net Throttling Choking Innovation?

Is digital innovation at risk because of a practice known as 'net...

New Support for Net Neutrality

Recent events in Canada related to Net Neutrality remind me of the expression "One Step Forward, Two Steps...

 
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