Appeared in the Toronto Star on May 5, 2008 as iPhone Shines Spotlight on Our Wireless Flaws Appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on May 6, 2008 as Arrival of iPhone Trains Spotlight on Canada's Wireless Crisis Appeared in the Vancouver Sun on May 6, 2008 as iPhone's Canadian Debut Highlights […]
Archive for May, 2008
The opening speech at the annual Spectrum 20/20 conference regarding Canada’s wireless crisis.
As Industry Minister Jim Prentice prepared to introduce copyright legislation earlier this year, the Conservatives unveiled a new policy that committed to a 21 day House of Commons review period of any treaty prior to the introduction of any ratifying legislation. I argued that this would seemingly apply to the […]
A Manitoba teenager has been charged with "personation" after allegedly posing as a teacher on Facebook. The profile included the teacher's name, photo, and other information.
NDP MP Charlie Angus has warned Canadians to "watch out for a carefully orchestrated pageant by the trade lobbyists." The release notes that "Angus predicts that certain politicians and lobbyists will try to drum up fear over Canada’s reluctance to sign on for heavily restrictive, U.S.-style Digital Millennium Copyright Act […]