This argument is a bit technical, but important.
Archive for August 21st, 2006
My weekly Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) examines recent Statistics Canada data on Internet use. The survey found that nearly 17 million Canadians – 68 percent of the adult population – used the Internet for personal non-business reasons last year. Moreover, almost two-thirds of Canadian adults who […]
Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 21, 2006 as Public Sector Should Step in if Private Can't Provide Canadian Internet policy has long been based on the principle of private sector leadership. The 2005 Canadian Internet Use Survey, released last week by Statistics Canada, suggests that the approach […]