Cable & Telecom

Academics tell CRTC they need more time for Internet code interventions

OTTAWA – A group of ten academics have told the CRTC that they will be unable to participate in the Internet code of conduct proceedings because the Commission’s timelines are too tight.In a letter to CRTC secretary general Claude Doucet dated December 5, the group stresses that the 40 calendar day/28 business day timeline for parties to prepare initial comments is insufficient to “produce informed, high quality, evidence-based interventions”, and that “adherence to the timelines as proposed will exclude the perspectives of many Canadians, and is not in the public interest.” “As noted in the correspondence from other public interest advocacy...

Our industry and COVID-19

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