Archive for January 18th, 2011
Mobilicity, one of the new wireless entrants, has issued a stinging release criticizing the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association over its response to the Manitoba consultation on consumer protection for wireless users. The release includes: “We deeply disagree with the CWTA’s disregard for the need for more consumer protection not only […]
Cartt.ca examines (sub required) the broadcaster responses to the CRTC’s plan to publicize the forthcoming broadcast digital transition. CTV argues that the planned public service announcements would result in millions in lost advertising revenue.
Appeared in the Hill Times on January 17, 2011 as Liberals’ Copyright Position may Provide Roadmap to C-32 Compromise The last week of Parliamentary activity in 2010 struck many as a new low point for Bill C-32, the copyright reform bill. The legislative committee examining the bill met only once, […]