Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains called reports of internet service price hikes by two large telecoms “concerning” on social media Friday.
CRTC starts next steps on disaggregated regime expansion
Equustek case back in B.C. court over internet jurisdiction
A British Columbia court will not delay hearing a challenge brought by Alphabet Inc. against a worldwide search result ban a previous court ordered, in a case that law professor Michael Geist says could have implications for how the courts deal with jurisdiction issues when it comes to the internet.
CRTC approves Jamaican, Portuguese channels for distribution
Bell expands Lucky Mobile to Manitoba, Sask.
Anglophone TV subs down slightly to 73%: MTM
More emphasis on transparency needed in PIPEDA: professor
OTTAWA — Any amendments to Canada’s privacy law for the private sector should include measures to enhance transparency, which include the privacy commissioner naming bad actors in investigations and mandating organizations report details of personal information being disclosed to law enforcement without consent, a University of Ottawa law professor is arguing.