Twitch is leaving Korea after telecom providers in that country demanded so-called “network fees”. Creators are now looking elsewhere.
Could network neutrality finally get restored in the US? The FCC is moving a plan forward despite threats of legal action.
The Lawful Access debate could soon rear its ugly head again in Canada. This was buried in a money laundering consultation.
A Rogers CEO said that if the government allows them to buy Shaw, then they will fix the outage issue.
A massive outage on major telecom provider, Rogers, has many questioning the Rogers Shaw merger.
Canada’s Innovation Minister says he has a new plan to address ISP competition. His plan, however, fell flat with critics.
Affordable high speed Internet hit another roadblock as a Toronto committee blocked the initiative.
The governments war on the open Internet has been moving at breakneck speeds. Here’s 6 ways they could be doing things differently.
The fight to stop the Shaw Rogers merger is continuing at the Standing Committee. Questions revolve around its impact.
Network neutrality in the US is still holding on. In a 3-0 decision, the law was upheld on appeal.