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On November 15 2011, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (the CRTC) has released their latest decision on Usage-based billing. The CRTC has decided to implement new usage tariffs on Internet services in Canada. Billing practices for wholesale residential high-speed … Continue reading
On October 5 2011, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (the CRTC) published the Results of the fact-finding exercise on the over-the-top programming services. The CRTC has decided not to intervene in this matter, stating in their release: “…the evidence … Continue reading
Originally posted on July 28, 2011. Last updated February 14, 2012. September 12 2011 update: Pretty River Academy, a private kindergarten/grade 12 school located in Collingwood, Ontario, has banned Wi-Fi from their premises, basing their decision on the same flawed … Continue reading
There has been a bit of a revelation found recently inside BCE’s (i.e. Bell Canada) transcript of their third-quarter 2010 conference call. (Adobe PDF file) First, let’s disclose the entire third paragraph on page 11 so that there aren’t any … Continue reading