The presence of cable infrastructure in locations where there is no telco option for wholesale Internet service is not a sufficient alternative, small Internet service providers (ISPS) are arguing in a proceeding in front of the CRTC.
Netflix to have Ont. ‘download zones’ for cottage season: CP
Radio will fend of challengers with local content: Simpson
CRTC to review pick-and-pay rollout in Oct.
Canadians becoming more lax about security updates: Ekos
Fewer Canadians kept their security software up-to-date in 2016 compared to five years ago, according to a recent report by Ekos Research Associates Inc., while a little over half of small-and-medium businesses said their business software security is updated on time.
Freedom debuts LTE in Calgary and Edmonton
Terrebonne asks CRTC for help with access agreement
Connected car privacy code work detailed
The University of Toronto’s Institute of Technology will helm an initiative to develop a privacy code of practice for connected vehicles, according to the office of the federal privacy commissioner, as it announced this year’s recipients of funding through its Contributions Program.
Two per cent of Canadians have a VR headset: MTM
Licence decision could devastate Canadian production: WGC
A day after the CRTC released its decision on broadcast licence renewals for large ownership groups, three organizations representing the country’s production sector said they are concerned the new expenditure minimums could harm production of Canadian content.