Unlimited online video add-ons coming to Internet packages, for a fee, report says

U.S. Internet service providers (ISPs) will soon begin charging for more creative “service add-ons” like unlimited video streaming to deal with consumers’ increasing demand for bandwidth, with Canadian providers following suit shortly after, said Stephane Bourque, the president and CEO of Vancouver-based Incognito Software Inc.

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Cyberbullying report recommends parts of Bill C-30

A cyberbullying report penned by representatives of federal and provincial justice and public safety departments recommended the government revisit elements of the so-called Internet surveillance bill, Bill C-30, Michael Geist, the Canada research chair in Internet and e-commerce law at the University of Ottawa, said on his blog.

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