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The federal government is affirming its commitment to enforcing the principles of net neutrality not only inside the country but abroad, as it has vowed to “address” situations in which Canadian companies are affected by the traffic management practices of United States internet service providers (ISPs)....
Sony Corp.’s ad-supported video-on-demand (AVOD) service Crackle will cease existence in Canada next week, following a content deal with BCE Inc. The update was posted on the Crackle website, which pegged June 28 as the termination date. “Thank you to all who have supported and enjoyed our network,”...
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