This past Thursday, the CRTC made their final decision in this Stop The Meter saga: people can now rest easy bout usage-based billing.
Weibo users find another clever way to continue the discussion on Chinese press freedoms.
The business and employment landscapes are becoming increasingly borderless. Allowing anyone to pack a bag, book a flight, and start afresh.
Canadians have made some big strides forward in the fight for the open and affordable Internet. This week, the CRTC, in an effort to become a more transparent entity, began proceedings to determine...
There's so much going on in Internet governance this week. OpenMedia has news about police lobby for warrantless online spying, the cell phone squeeze, and the SOPA blackout. Check it out:
Hours after file-sharing giant is shut down by US government, hacker group Anonymous strikes back.
"Of course it's not an iPad, but for hundreds of millions of people, it's a godsend."
One example? Canada's Treasury Board and Department of Finance were hacked via emails containing malicious links.
Government remains silent but newspaper says the US a more likely culprit.
Inside Pyongyang, there's a small but growing digital world. It's just not clear what the goal is.