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.
Canadian Telecoms Make the Most Money on Mobile Data in the World
Is it any surprise that Canadians have some of the lowest rates of mobile data usage globally?
Most of Canada’s Biggest Telecoms Want to End Net Neutrality
The CRTC is debating on Monday.
A Man Tried to Destroy the Internet to Keep Photos of Him Dancing Offline
Well, that's one way to do it.
Open Internet Advocates Claim Victory in Europe Net Neutrality Fight
The EU’s top telecom authority issues robust new guidelines following 500,000 comments.
Time Is Running Out to Save Net Neutrality in Europe
Open internet advocates launch final push for strong EU net neutrality rules.
Canadians Will Get to Tell Telecoms How Much of a Ripoff ‘Skinny’ TV Plans Are
Sweet, maple-y justice.
Why Canada's Telecom Regulator Is Suddenly Acting More Like the Cops
We're officially in the middle of a crackdown.
No One Really Knows How Much the UK's Surveillance Plan Will Cost
Internet service providers say it's tricky to figure out costs without more information.
If the FCC Loses in Court Today, It Could Be the End of Net Neutrality
The FCC is defending its open internet policy from industry giants.
Kazakhstan Announces Plan to Spy on Encrypted Internet Traffic
But details from the mainly state-backed telecom mysteriously vanish from the web.