NDP MP Charlie Angus has called on Industry Minister Jim Prentice to get serious about net neutrality.
Archive for March 27th, 2008
The Globe covers the changes to the Rogers fee schedule, which I blogged about last week. The article shifts quickly to net neutrality and the events of the past week.
Comcast and BitTorrent struck a deal today that may lead to the U.S.'s largest cable provider treating content equally. While some remain skeptical, this deal is surely is a product of the FCC's clear indication that it was willing to intervene against non-transparent traffic shaping practices.
Warner Music has made an important move toward creating a monthly ISP fee for unlimited access to music. The world's third largest music label has hired Jim Griffin, a proponent of the monthly fee approach, to develop a plan that would create a pool of money from user fees to […]
Regular readers of my work will know that I have been frustrated by Canada's do-not-call list, which contains far too many exceptions and has taken an embarrassingly long time to become operational. In response, today I am launching iOptOut, a website that will allow Canadians to opt-out of further phone […]