Today, the CRTC launched a consultation on its proposed framework to address botnets, harmful networks of malware-infected computers that are under the control of a malicious actor.
Over the next few weeks, the Commission will examine the television and radio licence renewal applications filed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/Société Radio-Canada.
Today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) and the Competition Bureau issued letters to 36 companies involved in the mobile applications industry in Canada advising that they review their practices and... Read More
We begin by applauding your members for your study on the accessibility and affordability of telecommunications services. We take this opportunity to reiterate the need to close the digital divide by ensuring universal access to high-speed Internet and a high-quality cellular network. All... Read More
On November 25, 2020, all provincial and territorial emergency management organizations will conduct public alerting tests in Canada, except for Nunavut. As such, test alerts will be distributed on TV, radio and compatible mobile devices connected to a LTE (long-term evolution) or a newer... Read More
It’s a pleasure for me to be involved in this summit again this year—even if we can’t all be in the same room. Nonetheless, I have a few ideas I want to share that fit well under your conference theme of Managing Disruption in an Intelligent Connected World.