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Rogers, Telus, Teksavvy disclosed their subscriber info disclosure practices. Bell still silent. Why?
RT @bsookman: Google loses application to BCCA to stay site blocking order in the Equustek case
RT @CRTCeng: #CRTC releases results of fact-finding exercise on paper bill fees.
OECD Releases New Broadband Data: Canada in Bottom Third on Mobile Subscriptions
RT @alexboutilier: Warrantless access requests numbered in the millions as far back as 2006, docs show
RT @peternowak: Good news for consumers: wireless bills poised to head lower
RT @alexboutilier: It seems @Bell is now refusing any interview requests on warrantless access/Supreme Court ruling. #letstalk?
Rogers won’t take no for an answer: injects messages into browser to convince departing customers to stay
Welcome to Hotel California: Rogers Joins List of ISP Who Won’t Take No For Answer
RT @DarylFritz: Not sure I appreciate how @RogersHelps injects their own content into my browser session.
RT @mattbraga: How many Cdn requests for Facebook, Google, etc. user data miscounted as US requests
Come Back With a Warrant: How Will Govt Respond to SCC’s Reshaping of Privacy Law?
Gov’s million+ requests for subscriber data dates back years. Pub Safety ATIP doc says 1.1M/yr from 06-08
Come Back With a Warrant: How Will the Govt Respond to the Supreme Court’s Reshaping of Privacy Law?
.@rogersbuzz confirmation of new privacy policy - no subscriber info without a warrant at
Net effect: Gov’s Bill C-13 voluntary disclosure provisions effectively dead due to Spencer: ISPs won’t disclose anymore.
Note that @rogersbuzz will make exception for life threatening emergencies (consistent with SCC Spencer decision).
.@rogersbuzz just advised of new privacy policy on subscriber info disclosures: post-Spencer, now requires court order/warrant
CRTC’s Make or Break Moment: Groups dismiss consumer consult as “flawed, biased and unreliable” 4/4
CRTC’s Make or Break Moment: Face demands for new local news fund, public b’caster fund & Cancon fund 2/4
CRTC’s Make or Break Moment: Face demands for Cancon reqs for net video services & new Netflix fees 1/4
The Future of Television Review is the CRTC’s Make or Break Moment
CRTC Report Confirms Yet Again: Canadian Wireless Prices Among Most Expensive in G7
RT @Veronica: So this weekend @ryan & I attempted to cancel Comcast over phone. This is how it went down
Responding to @simonhoupt: Canadians Accessing US Netflix May Be in a Legal Grey Zone, But Not Stealing
RT @cfhorgan: Ottawa prepares to share personal data with foreign governments:
CRTC report: Canada ranks among 3 most expensive G7 countries in every wireless category
Canadians That Access U.S. Netflix May Be in a Legal Grey Zone, But They Are Not Stealing
RT @burcuno: Canada's statement of defence in Eli Lilly v. Canada is available now via @CdnCoryO.
RT @TheStatusBureau: How #CASL positively effects your email marketing:
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