Small ISPs top large providers on transparency: Report

There is still a lot of room for improvement on how well local Internet service providers inform their customers on how they are protecting private information but on the whole, smaller ISPs are

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Canada, Korea ink deal without increasing IP protection

Canada and South Korea appear to have veered away from typical trade agreements by not using the accord as a means to increase intellectual property protection. This aspect of the agreement is important

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Japanese, E.U. carriers top 2013 IPv6 adoption

Global adoption rates of IPv6 saw a bit of a surge in the second half of last year due to a growth in the roll out of the Internet protocol by major network

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Facebook’s Zuckerberg seeking carrier partners

Here’s an offer that might interest Canada’s mobile phone service providers. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is looking for three to five phone companies to partner with him in an initiative to provide free

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24 million IPv4 addresses still available in Canada, US

Three years after the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) distributed its last block of IPv4 address space and after much press coverage on the looming IPv4 crunch, addresses for the 32-year-old Internet protocol

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Rules for Internet sought by global group

Researchers from Canada and around the world working under the auspices of an independent think tank founded by former Research in Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie and a United Kingdom-based institute have launched a

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Federal government moves to cap roaming charges

Industry Minister James Moore said on Wednesday that the government will be making legislative changes that will prevent Canada’s big three wireless providers from charging smaller carriers exorbitant mobile roaming fees. “Currently, high

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Obamacare web site off sickbed

HealthCare.gov, the United States’ glitch-plagued insurance-shopping Web, has recovered right on time to meet the December 1 deadline set by the Obama administration to get the site fixed. “HealthCare.gov on Dec. 1 is

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Warrantless access to user data proposed in France

In developments that appear to mirror the lawful access debate in Canada, legislators in France have introduced a bill that would allow government officials access to people’s online data without the need of

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