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Judge rules that under Canadian law Facebook wasn't responsible for privacy failure in the Cambridge Analytica scandal

Federal Court rules in favour of Vidéotron against Telus

The Federal Court has ruled in favour of Vidéotron last Tuesday in its fight against Telus which called into question the purchase of 3500...

Federal court rejects Telus request to block Videotron’s 5G spectrum purchase in western Canada

The Federal Court has denied Telus’s request to block Quebecor’s Videotron from purchasing set-aside mid-band 5G licenses in the recent 3,500MHz spectrum auction. According to Federal...

Supreme Court of Canada rejects telecom incumbents’ appeal of CRTC’s 2019 rate-correction ruling

Today, the Supreme Court of Canada announced that it will not be going forward with large telecom incumbents’ request to appeal their case against the CRTC's mandated wholesale rate correction from nearly two years ago.

Why the Federal Court dismissed the incumbents’ CRTC internet rates appeal

Why the Federal Court decided that the incumbent's appeal was invalid.

Federal court extends CRTC wholesale pricing suspension

The Federal court has extended the suspension of CRTC’s proposed retroactive internet wholesale pricing until it can confirm a hearing status.

Wind Mobile status in question after court ruling

Judge rules federal cabinet order allowing startup wireless company to go into business was flawed, but suspends ruling for 45 days

Federal Court of Appeal

The Federal Appeals Court's refusal yesterday to order the disclosure of the identities of 29 suspected music file swappers over the Internet was one lost battle in the Canadian Recording Industry Association's (CRIA) war against illegal music file sharing.

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