Archive for November 1st, 2006

Net Neutrality Back in the Canadian Spotlight

In a telling coincidence (I think), Canadian Press has two net neutrality stories out today.  The first is a general piece on network neutrality concerns from a Canadian perspective. Bell Canada is quoted as saying that "our position on network diversity/neutrality is that it should be determined by market forces, […]

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Privacy International Releases Global Privacy Rankings

UK-based Privacy International has released global privacy rankings of 37 countries.  Canada ranks second only to Germany.

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Statscan E-commerce Release Points to Digital Divide

Statistics Canada is out today with a new report on Canadian e-commerce trends.  The data confirms that e-commerce is growing with travel, books, clothing, software, and music leading the way.  It also points to substantial "window shopping" and notable differences in demographic purchasing habits (younger age groups buy music, older […]

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YouTube and Viacom Deal?

Mathew Ingram blogs on a possible YouTube and Viacom deal and why pulling the Daily Show clips may have been a negotiation strategy.

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How iTunes Saved The Office

Interesting story how download numbers for The Office saved the show from near-certain cancellation.

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