The Montreal Gazette has published its masthead editorial on Bill C-11, the reintroduced copyright bill. The Gazette (rightly in my view) says “for the most part the Copyright Modernization Act strikes a good balance between the rights of consumers to use products they buy and those of copyright-holders who are […]
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The Gazette's masthead editorial says "Maxime Bernier has his faults, but when he was industry minister he pushed hard for more competition and a better deal for consumers in telecommunications. His successor Jim Prentice seems to be moving in the opposite direction."
The Montreal Gazette covers the forthcoming clashes over copyright and culture.
The Montreal Gazette gives its review of the Ted Rogers vs. Pierre-Karl Péladeau speeches, Bell's new "unlimited" data service, and the missing iPhone.
The Montreal Gazette, which is running a version of my mobile data column as an op-ed, features a lengthy editorial slamming the Canadian wireless market and calling on Industry Minister Maxime Bernier to support greater competition through a spectrum set-aside.