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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.

Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou loses first challenge in extradition case

With files from Howard Solomon The British Columbia Supreme Court has ruled that the extradition process for Meng Wanzhou, Huawei chief financial officer and the...

Screen captures can be used by police in a sting, Supreme Court of Canada rules

A person has no expectation of privacy if communication with police involving an offence, court says. Read why

Supreme Court of Canada privacy ruling in criminal case may impact private sector: Lawyer

Ruling says expectation of privacy depends on a number of factors, not just where one is. Read why a lawyer says its important to businesses

Canadians have right to privacy in text messages sent to others, Supreme Court rules

Top court says prosecution can't use text messages on an alleged accomplice's phone against an accused without a warrant

Supreme Court ruling orders Google to remove results from international searches

A Supreme Court of Canada ruling ordering Google Inc. to remove international search results will ultimately give the Internet giant more power, not less,...

Supreme Court of Canada clears way for Facebook class action to be heard in B.C.

A ruling against Facebook could have implications for online businesses and what they can assert in user agreements.

Vancouver carrier’s fate may hinge on B.C. court battle against Telus

A B.C. courtroom may decide if Telus can disconnect service to a local exchange carrier today. It is the latest chapter of a history of litigation between the carriers.

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