Tim Denton helpfully calls attention to a recent speech by Glenn O'Farrell, the President of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters. As Tim rightly notes, the speech is nothing less than a call for greater Internet regulation as the CAB frets about its ability to compete against an "unregulated broadband system." […]
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