Predicting the future of Canadian technology law is challenging at the best of times, but with upcoming national elections in the United States and possibly Canada, prognostications for the next twelve months are admittedly likely to be about as accurate as a coin flip. With that caveat in mind, my weekly technology law column (Toronto Star version, homepage version) returns by offering up eight issues to watch in 2008.
The Tyee runs a story on the net neutrality issue.
A video posted to YouTube focuses on customer dissatisfaction with Bell Sympatico's throttling practices.
The Globe and Mail focuses on how traffic shaping has undermined the ability for independent film makers to distribute Canadian content online.