While the Canadian Radio-Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) legalese-free "bill of rights" - covering local telephone service - may be lauded a pro-consumer initiative in that it untangles confusing rules and regulations, it fails to offer protections to cell phone and Internet service users, says a consumer advocacy group.
The appearance of the tiny, yellow icon on the bottom right-hand corner of the computer monitor means different things to each user. On the most basic level it indicates that the inbox attached to the envelope can be opened with new electronic messages, or it can remain closed. The fact that there is a choice, is why e-mail is valuable to the enterprise
Hong Kong-based Internet service provider i-Cable Communications Ltd. has terminated acquisition talks with mainland Chinese portal Netease.com Inc., according to an i-Cable statement filed with the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on Monday.