Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 21, 2011 as RIM’s Woes Partly Based on Canadian Telecom Policy The past year has not been kind to Research in Motion Ltd., Canada’s leading technology company. The Waterloo-based maker of the BlackBerry smartphone has seen its share price nosedive in the wake […]
Archive for August, 2011
Dwayne Winseck examines the growth of the Canadian network media economy from 1984 to 2010.
David Fraser reports on a recent Federal Court of Canada ruling that awarded $4,500 in damages over the Royal Bank of Canada’s disclosure of banking information during a bitter divorce dispute.
The Globe’s Lawrence Martin on the government’s lawful access plans with former Minister Stockwell Day noting he still supports requiring warrants before mandating disclosure of personal information.
Stingray today launches a new online Canadian music service having addressed the major issue keeping services out of the country – the high cost of licensing. CRIA (Music Canada)’s Graham Henderson admits that high costs have been cited as one of the principal reasons services such as Pandora have stayed […]