By Denis CarmelPanel won’t make them public until JuneCARTT.CA HAS BEEN TOLD Navdeep Bains, Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Minister, has decided to keep the public submissions made to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislation Review secret for now. So, Cartt.ca will continue to report on the ones made available to us.PIACAs usual, the Public Interest Advocacy Centre has a submission full of good quotes.For example, on 5G, they say that it “is not so revolutionary that it should require legislative changes that favour the technology’s deployment beyond the powers currently granted to the CRTC,” and so the group proposes an interesting...
Altering the Acts: Continuing our dive into the submissions to the Broadcast and Telecom Legislative Review panel
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