Cabinet agrees with CRTC on Ethernet

Cabinet agrees with CRTC on Ethernet

The federal Cabinet Friday has refused to overturn last year’s decision by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to classify...

December 11th, 2009 greg meckbach and howard solomon

ISPs ask the CRTC to stop Bell from defying law

ISPs ask the CRTC to stop Bell from defying law

Bell Canada has admitted defying regulations when it recently started throttling peer-to-peer traffic without permission, says an association representing Internet...

April 29th, 2008 Howard Solomon

CRTC has to stop Bell from flouting the law say Internet service providers

CRTC has to stop Bell from flouting the law say Internet service providers

Bell Canada has admitted defying regulations when it recently started throttling peer-to-peer traffic without permission, says an association representing Internet...

April 24th, 2008 Howard Solomon

UK report questions role of ISPs in online safety

UK report questions role of ISPs in online safety

A new report on Internet safety has concluded ISPs (Internet service providers) should take more responsibility for online security since...

August 9th, 2007 Jeremy Kirk

UK minister pushes data retention laws

UK minister pushes data retention laws

U.K. Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has dismissed suggestions that new Europe-wide laws that require companies to store telecommunications data to...

July 11th, 2005 Simon Taylor

Snooping laws unachievable

Snooping laws unachievable

An influential group of MPs today released its report into the government's controversial plans for data retention.The All Party Internet...

February 6th, 2003 Wendy Brewer

UK climbs down on communications access law

UK climbs down on communications access law

After a flood of negative reactions from civil rights groups and opposition political parties, the U.K. government has put on...

June 19th, 2002 Laura Rohde

U.S. bill would let you sue spammers

U.S. bill would let you sue spammers

Nobody likes e-mail spam, but a bill that would let Internet service providers and individuals sue senders of unsolicited bulk...

May 14th, 2001 David Clarke

Canadian ISP market continues to grow, says report

Canadian ISP market continues to grow, says report

Despite the threat of an economic slowdown the market for Canada's Internet Service Providers (ISP) will actually continue to grow,...

May 7th, 2001 STEWART BROWN