When you have no other choice, you've got to do it yourself.
A whistleblowing employee in a Canadian telco is sounding the alarm on Reddit.
The new federal government program to improve it isn't the answer.
The future of Netflix and YouTube is being debated in a series of public hearings in Canada, with implications for the world.
Rogers just said cops are going to need a warrant if they want user data from now on.
TekSavvy and Rogers are the first telecommunications companies in Canada to publish what amounts to a transparency report on government requests.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Citizen Lab’s Chris Parsons announced they’re suing the crown in the Ontario Superior Court for accessing user data without a warrant.
Frustrated with the spotty service in their Red Hook neighborhood, Eric and Rob Veskler went to extreme measures to find a solution—they built their own internet from the ground up.
Everybody wants high-speed internet, but should Google have the final say in how we get it?
Without fast service, rural communities are starting to grow their own.