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Antitrust regulators issue new guidelines

U.S. antitrust regulators have issued new guidelines that could make it more difficult for Big Tech companies to acquire rivals or make minority investments in startups.

Three firms fined for fabricating comments on net neutrality

According to New York Attorney General Letitia James, digital marketing firms LCX, Lead ID, and Ifficient have struck a settlement agreement to pay a total of $615,000 following claims of submitting over 2.4 million false public comments to influence American internet legislation.

The CRTC scrapped cheaper internet costs, so what should Canadians know?

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) recently struck down its wholesale pricing set in 2019 that would have reduced the cost of borrowing...

Only 16% of the financial industry has moved to cloud. Expect that to change

Only 16% of the financial industry has moved to cloud. Expect that to change

How FINTRAC digital ID verification procedures will work

Canadian financial institutions must revamp their identity verification procedures by June 1 of this year to comply with new anti-money laundering regulations. The Proceeds of...

More rural broadband projects OK

Third round of conditional funding from Industry Canada is announced as a hearing wraps up into whether the telecom regulator should set rural broadband goals

Carriers fire broadsides at CRTC hearing

Rural service proposals are dismissed as

Bell, consumers face off on rural broadband

No mandatory broadband goals, telco tells regulator. But three consumer groups say affordable high speed Internet is a right all phone providers must offer

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