Vous avez vaincu le Projet de loi pour la censure d’Internet du Québec (il n’en a plus pour longtemps)
Près de 20 000 Canadiens ont demandé la mort du Projet de loi 74 - vendredi, les autorités canadiennes ayant juridiction sur Internet ont déclaré avoir le pouvoir de casser ce projet de loi et souhaiter s’en prévaloir.
Nearly 20,000 Canadians asked for an end to Bill 74 — on Friday Canada’s Internet regulators said they had the power to stop the bill, and would.
Nearly 20,000 Canadians are asking federal decision-makers to deem the controversial bill in violation of our right to freedom of expression.
An extreme new law close to home could pave the way to a terrible future for the open Internet in Canada.
It looks like Big Telecom's lobby group is in deep trouble. Last week Telus pulled out of the CWTA - now Rogers could be poised to do the same. Will you be shedding tears over its demise? http://bit.ly/NVDvuc Article by Gary Ng for iPhone in Canada Last week in a surprise move Telus pulled out of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), a wireless lobby group which earlier saw Wind Mobile, Public Mobile and Mobilicity withdraw its membership as well. The future of the CWTA could be in jeopardy depending on how you look into comments made by Rogers, reports The Canadian Press. When asked whether Rogers would remain within the CWTA, spokesperson Patricia Trott said on Friday “We’ve been reviewing our options and we’ll make a decision that’s right for our customers.” Does that mean a yes or a no?