By Denis CarmelOTTAWA – Yesterday the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications heard two radically different witnesses: Bill Hutchinson, who is all about networks and Stuart Jack who’s more about regulatory regimes and legislation.The committee meeting is part of its study on the modernization of Canadian communications legislation.Hutchinson, a Distinguished Fellow, Innovation Policy Lab, Munk School of Global Affairs, has a long history of Network Building as well as network-building. “I have had 60 years of pioneering and helping Canada to do its digital transformation,” he described himself. He was involved at the beginning of Canarie, an ultra-speed network for Canada’s...
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