The CBC reports on the death of a child in Calgary demonstrates some of the challenges of emergency service with VoIP.
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The Free Market Champion
The Globe and Mail features two major articles today that involve Industry Minister Maxime Bernier which demonstrate that current choices are all about politics, not principles. The first indicates that Bernier plans to scuttle the CRTC's revised VoIP decision, the "first time in years a Minister intervened to overrule a […]
Shaw Sued Over Refusal To Carry VoIP Ad
Zingotel, a U.S.-based VoIP provider, has filed suit against Shaw over the cable company's refusal to carry advertising for a competing VoIP service. Zingotel has reportedly also filed a complaint with the CRTC.
Speaking Out on the Telecom Policy Review
My weekly Law Bytes column (freely available hyperlinked version, Toronto Star version) summarizes the key points in my submission to Canada’s Telecommunications Policy Review. The submission should be posted online within the next day or two [update: the submission is now online]. I argue that three principles should govern the […]
Canadian Telecommunications Policy Needs New Roadmap
Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 15, 2005 as Why Broadband, Neutrality, Privacy Deserve Policy Boost This year’s federal budget generated more than its fair share of attention. Between Belinda Stronach’s switch to the Liberal Party and the drama surrounding the late Chuck Cadman’s vote, a single paragraph in […]