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Ofcom orders BT to release Openreach network to competitors

The regulator's Strategic Review of Digital Communications ... today are not the end of the debate, but a staging post towards delivering the network and service that Britain needs." Vodafone responde... read more

Obama backs away from ‘Net Neutrality’ campaign promises after U.S. FCC vote

“‘I will take a backseat to no one in my commitment to network neutrality,’ Obama told a crowd at Google in 2008. ‘Because once providers start to privilege some applications or websites over others t... read more

The uncertain future of public broadcasting

The future of public broadcasting ... the Nine Network in 2006), the ABC exploited convergence. With the modest enhancement of funding through the latter part of the Howard and then the Rudd 1 and Gil... read more

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Spectrum cable box requirement brings out the crowds

“What’s happening is we’re upgrading the entire Spectrum footprint to a two-way, interactive digital network,” he said in an email ... opens at 9 a.m., it is opening at 8 a.m. until the end of the yea... read more


Acquittal of Pulse Shooter's Widow Is a Welcome Defeat for Overzealous Prosecutors

along with meaningful reforms to prevent future FBI deceit and manipulation regarding interrogations." read more

Phone unlocking charges banned by Canadian regulator

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has announced updates to the Wireless Act, which will put an end to unlocking fees and the ... to unlock their phones to use on a ... read more

Murdoch vs. parliament: No curtain call yet

Near the end of his dramatic testimony, at the end of what he called his most humbling day, a prankster tried to tag Rupert Murdoch with a pie in the face. He missed. It may be the defining moment in ... read more

Film Lives, Distributors Struggles and More: 4 Lessons From Independent Film in 2016

Here are four lessons from independent film in 2016. 1. Distributors are taking ... according to data from The Digital Entertainment Group. Spending on streaming is on pace to hit $6 billion by the en... read more

The Canadian War on Science: A long, unexaggerated, devastating chronological indictment

It is a government that is beholden to big business, particularly big oil, and that makes every attempt to shape public policy to that end. It is a government that ... quality of information in its da... read more

How to Prevent Overdose Deaths—and How Not To

But it's a model of confusion and deceit, exhibiting a disregard of pertinent evidence ... A study in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that the Vancouver facility has yielded a net savin... read more

Help Shannon on the road to recovery

This is important. Please take five minutes and read it through to the end. Last Saturday, I blew it. I wrote a blog entry which I meant to be focused on how we ascribe supernatural causes to statisti... read more

Why Congress’s rejection of proposed FCC data rules will not affect your privacy in the slightest

As a new study from eMarketer noted earlier this month, Google now accounts for over 40% of the $83 billion digital ad market and nearly ... including roll back of so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules – N... read more



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