As you may have heard, a major ruling on Thursday from the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ensures a significant step forward for Canadians’ ability to access affordable Internet options independent of Canada’s large telecom providers.
In short, the ruling creates fair rules . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Our crowdsourced policy became government policy. The CRTC heard your call, Canada.
Are you in Canada? Do you have a radio? You probably heard OpenMedia this morning talking about today’s forthcoming CRTC decision on fibre optic network access. Here’s one of the 20 radio interviews we gave to inform Canadians all across the country about today’s announcement. Stay tuned!
Article by CBC News
. . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: CBC: CRTC to announce big decision on fibre optic network access
Independent Internet Service Provider TekSavvy has announced that an American film studio is demanding personal information of its Canadian customers – a motion that follows recent changes to Canadian copyright law.
In response, TekSavvy is taking a stance that aims to protect Canadian privacy – stating that it will not provide . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Huffington Post: TekSavvy warns Canadians it has received requests for personal info
This week, Canadians learned that big telecom company Telus will be further limiting how much its customers can use the Internet. Soon after, we learned that big telecom company Bell will be jacking up their prices for Internet. After fighting for Internet openness and affordability for years, the pro-Internet community knows: this . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: Bell raises prices, Telus furthers usage limits: Big Telecom is hurting the Internet
Rogers is being accused of anti-competitive tactics by independent ISPs who are using its network. The dispute surrounds Rogers ‘speed-boosting’ without changes in price to customers – but not… . . . → Read More: OpenMedia.ca: WordsByNowak.com: Big Telecom pushing back on independent ISP speeds