Copyright trolls abused the whole process
ISPs don’t have to pass along the millions of notices of alleged copyright infringement that demand payment, according to a new amendment to the Canadian Copyright Act.
Tit for Tat for Huawei arrest
Canada said 13 of its citizens had been detained in China since Huawei Technologies Co-Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested last month in Vancouver at the request of the United States.
Very Game of Thrones
The Chinese are seeing the arrest of Huawei’s CFO Meng Wangzhou as an attempt by the US government to take a hostage in the ongoing trade negotiation with China.
This is getting serious
China has formally demanded the release of a senior executive at tech giant Huawei Technologies after she was detained in Canada on extradition charges to the US.
Dragged off to a US court
Canadian coppers have arrested the chief financial officer of Chinese telecom company Huawei Technologies over allegations she violated US trade sanctions against Iran.
Sorry I'm washing my hair
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has rejected a request to appear before an international parliamentary committee delving into the questions around fake news.
Which will pay for our poor business model
The Screen Composers Guild of Canada is calling for a copyright tax on all broadband data use above 15 gigabytes per month. The music composers argue that this is warranted because composers miss out on public performance royalties.
IT industry lured over the border
The US is facing a concerted drive from Canada to poach its IT industry, and there are signs that it is paying off, thanks mostly to the current stance on immigration.
Escaping the Orange revolution
The Canadian government’s immigration website crashed as thousands of Americans fearing the nation’s decision to elect its first Orange president tried to escape across the northern border to escape the new tyranny.