Customer Complaints About Telecoms Are Up 44% In Canada
Incorrect charges and non-disclosure of terms were the two most popular complaints customers had, according to a new federal report.
What Happens When Telecom Companies Search Your Home for Piracy
Adam Lackman ran TVAddons, a site hosting unofficial addons for Kodi media player. A legal team representing powerful telecom and media companies—Bell and Rogers included—searched his home and sued him for piracy. Now, he's fighting to make it to trial.
Canada’s Telecoms and National Media Want the Government to Block Piracy Websites
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
Hollywood Is Setting Up a Legal ‘Machine’ to Sue Pirates In Canada
Every Canadian internet user should be paying attention.
Blue Jays Analyst Gregg Zaun Fired by Sportsnet for 'Inappropriate Behaviour'
Multiple female employees at Sportsnet accused Zaun, a longtime MLB player, of inappropriate behaviour and comments in the workplace.
Canada Just Banned Smartphone Unlocking Fees
As of Dec. 1, all newly purchased devices must be unlocked.
Canada Is Finally Doing Something to Bring Down Mobile Data Costs
Minister Navdeep Bains has directed the CRTC to reconsider its decision on MVNOs.
Here's How to Make Canadian Phone Bills Cheaper
But CRTC is against it.
Canada Has Some of the Most Expensive Data In the World, and That’s Not OK
The CRTC reviews the Wireless Code starting Monday.
CRTC to Big Telecoms: 'Abuses of Power in the System Will Not Go Unchecked’
Will the regulator live up to its strong words?
Most of Canada’s Biggest Telecoms Want to End Net Neutrality
The CRTC is debating on Monday.
Give Even More Power to Canada's Big Telecoms, Think Tank Says
History suggests this might not be a great idea.