Halifax-based DHX Media Inc. announced plans on Monday to sell some of its ownership of the Peanuts brand to Sony Corp., in a $237 million cash deal.
Filipino company asks for set-top box sale shutdown in Ontario
CRTC puts PIAC occasional-use plans Part 1 on hold
ISED launches new spectrum licence program for short-term testing
CRTC OKs ‘vicarious living’ channel for distribution
MPs hear about ‘surveillance capitalism,’ Google data use
OTTAWA — Two sides of the data-use debate squared off at the House ethics committee Thursday, with the Canadian head of public policy at Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Colin McKay, justifying his company’s treatment of data while ex-tech CEO Jim Balsillie spoke about the dangers of “surveillance capitalism.”
FCC net neutrality repeal to be effective June 11
Big Gig-spawned deals ‘artificially’ inflated churn for Telus
Competition Bureau studying broadband sector
Supreme Court says it will hear Bell’s simsub appeal
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) will be the final arbiter in the years-long Super Bowl simsub saga, as the highest court in the land will give BCE Inc. the opportunity to argue its case against the CRTC’s ban on simultaneous substitution for the Super Bowl.