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Rogers, Bell are the most complained-about providers: CCTS study

Yesterday, the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) released its 2022-23 Mid-Year Report, revealing a 12 per cent increase in the number of...

Significant drop in complaints against telecom and television providers, says CCTS

In its latest annual report, which has just been released, the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS), an independent Canada-wide organization dedicated to...

Wireless operators promise ‘simple language’ in contracts

Code of conduct promises wireless operators will give buyers information to make informed decisions. But don't expect the fine print to disappearrn

Chinese antitrust law could target foreign IT firms

Following antitrust complaints filed against Microsoft a wave of grievances against foreign companies pave the way for new draft regulations that build on pricing rules ...

Many Canadian firms still not compliant with privacy laws, report shows

Thirty-one per cent of Canadian businesses are either still in the process of complying with the private sector privacy law or have yet to begin, according to a survey released by Jennifer Stoddart

Microsoft’s Allchin sought salvation from Window’s Media Player

A senior Microsoft Corp. executive was so frustrated by his experience with digital music players made by Microsoft's partners that he proposed turning to Apple Inc.'s iPod for salvation, documents made public as part of an Iowa antitrust case reveal.

Something’s phishy about these domain names

What's in a [domain] name? Probably a few million dollars if you've bothered to register a highly bankable one. However, selling high value monikers is not the only way big bucks are being made in the domain name industry. Online scammers may be raking in the green by using deceptive domain names for phishing operations.

executive director and general counsel, Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic

Be careful with the secrets you reveal to on-line retailers. You just don't know where your personal data could end up and how it might be used. This was the warning issued by Ottawa-based Canadian Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) following its release of a survey that showed "widespread non-compliance with federal privacy laws."

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