The CRTC kicks off two weeks of hearings next week that place the spotlight on the fee-for-carriage fight. Last night, I participated in an interesting debate on the issue on TVO's The Agenda called A Pox On Both Their Houses: Cable and TV. The program is embedded below. One issue […]
Archive for November 13th, 2009
Sandvine Report Should Raise Doubt About Traffic Management Practices
Mark Goldberg points to a recent Sandvine broadband report on recent broadband traffic patterns. Goldberg points to the growth of real-time entertainment traffic, such as streaming, which is consistent with what the CRTC heard during the net neutrality hearings over the summer. Most notable, however, is yet another confirmation that […]
ACTA Criticism Goes Global
The mainstream media is picking up on the ACTA issue with a growing number of stories, all of which criticize the secret approach. New articles include: Australia's Sydney Morning Herald masthead editorial – Regulating the Net in the Dark Washington Post – Copyright Overreach Takes a World Tour Irish Times […]
Fox News On ACTA
As public concern over the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement mounts, even Fox News has taken an interest.