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TekSavvy asks CRTC to block proposed sale of Freedom Mobile to Videotron, says it violates Telecommunications Act

TekSavvy is not backing down. The Ontario-based independent internet service provider (ISP) is asking the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) to review the...

Rogers-Shaw merger blocked again as Competition Bureau gets temporary stay of Tribunal’s decision from Court of Appeal

The Rogers acquisition of Shaw Communications has hit yet another roadblock. Yesterday, the Federal Court of Appeal granted the Competition Bureau an “emergency interim...

Updated – the battle continues: Rogers-Shaw merger battle: 2022 roundup

The Rogers-Shaw merger saga continued along its bumpy path in 2022, following pushbacks from more than one competition watchdog, some short-lived wins, new ventures,...

Legal minds explore risks associated with technology contracts

The signing of a long-term technology agreement is certainly common enough, but according to a group of lawyers with Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP,...

SolarWinds to pay US$26 million over Orion compromise

The cost to American companies from shareholder and regulator lawsuits for being hit by cyber attacks is being revealed. SolarWinds said it has entered into...

Attorney General of California announces lawsuit against Amazon for anti-competitive practices

California Attorney General Rob Bonta has announced a lawsuit against Amazon, alleging that the company is causing increased prices across California with anticompetitive practices,...

Analyst reacts strongly to news Oracle has ‘surveillance machine’

The case of a software giant selling personal data to a third party is troubling, Iris Akwetey, senior research analyst with Info-Tech Research said...

Class actions filed in Quebec against Rogers following last Friday’s outage

Montreal law firm LPC Avocat has requested authorization to file a class action against telecommunications giant Rogers Communications following the outage of its network...

Simplicity launches real estate conveyancing solution in Ontario

Today, Simplicity Global Solutions, a Canadian technology company, announced that its real estate conveyancing solution, Prolegis Real Estate, is available in Ontario.

Employees unclear about surveillance in their workplace, new report reveals

A new report from Capterra has found that more than a third of Canadian employees are being monitored with software at work.

Blackberry to settle shareholder lawsuit for $165 million

Blackberry has announced that it will settle an eight-year-old shareholder class action lawsuit filed against the company in 2013, accusing it of inflating the...

Canadian government to introduce law compelling big tech to pay for news

Canada's federal government introduced a law on Tuesday to mandate tech giants to pay news publishers for using their content on their various platforms. The...

Google employees seeking to unionize

More than 200 Alphabet employees have formed the Alphabet Workers Union.

Canadian law firms team up to file class-action suit against Google

Lawyers in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec have filed a proposed class-action lawsuit in the three provinces against Google and its parent Alphabet Inc....

More lawyers are embracing the gig economy while working remotely, experts say

The gig economy and the legal sector might sound like an odd pairing to most. However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is fueling an increasingly...

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