Internet code of conduct goes into effect for 10 big service providers
The code is the CRTC’s answer to a soaring number of complaints about internet services, such as “bill shock” caused by unexpected extra fees or price increases
Federal Court to hear telco appeals on CRTC’s wholesale broadband rates
Regulator slashed how much large carriers can charge smaller rivals for access to their networks.
CRTC levies fines against two companies under Canada’s anti spam law
The firms are accused of allowing malware to spread through online ads.
Canada’s wireless prices justified even if high by world standards: MEI
Think tank cites quality of the networks, size of the country, investments being made in 5G technology.
Porter Airlines fined $150K for CASL violation, CRTC says
Toronto-based airline has agreed to pay fine for sending emails without an unsubscribe button or one that was clearly labelled.