Bell did not waste any time in responding to the Primus net neutrality submission as it has called on the CRTC to reject it. The next steps are fairly clear – CAIP has been given until Monday to respond to the Bell submission. With those submissions in hand, the CRTC […]
Archive for April 18th, 2008
CIRA’s New WHOIS Policy To Take Effect in June
The Canadian Trademark Blog notes that after years of consultations and discussion, CIRA has finally committed to a date for implementing its revised WHOIS policy. As of June 10, 2008, CIRA will no longer release information about individual registrants. Registrants can still opt-in to having their information posted to the […]
Privacy Commissioner on How to Fix the Privacy Act
The Privacy Commissioner of Canada's blog features a top ten list of reforms to the Privacy Act.
Angus Releases Public Letter on Net Neutrality
MP Charlie Angus has released a public letter to Industry Minister Jim Prentice urging the government to introduce a net neutrality provision into law.
iOptOut.ca Adds SSL Encryption
iOptOut.ca has now been used by tens of thousands of Canadians since its launch a couple of weeks ago. Many people asked for secure data entry via SSL encryption and we've now added that for additional security.